Highlights: 30% of Americans say they’re concerned they’ve spent too much time on the internet during the pandemic. 28% say social media has had a negative impact on their mental health during the pandemic.  40% of Americans have sought out online counseling during the pandemic for pandemic-related issues such as anxiety (39%), social isolation (38%),

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A psychiatric service dog is a type of assistance animal that’s specially trained to perform a certain task or action for an individual living with a mental health disability. Because they’re recognized as service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act, psychiatric service dogs have federally protected rights that grant them access to public places

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Your Psychiatric Service Dog is entitled to federally protected rights thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which recognizes PSDs as service animals.    These rights include travel privileges unique to service animals, such as the ability to board a flight (inside the cabin) with their handler at no additional charge.  If you’re traveling with your

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Psychiatric service dogs (PSDs) are assistance animals who are entitled to federally protected rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Because of the important and essential service that they provide their owners, they’re permitted access to public places like stores and restaurants, and are also permitted onboard airline cabins and in living accommodations that normally

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What is an Emotional Support Animal?An emotional support animal is a type of assistance animal that helps mitigate the symptoms of mental or emotional disabilities such as depression, anxiety, and post traumatic stress. Such assistance animals are typically prescribed by a licensed mental health professional as part of an individual’s treatment plan. The prescription takes

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