Severe COVID may speed up cognitive decline: experts explore routes of care

It’s a sentiment also held by Jessica Borelli, PhD, an associate professor of psychological science at the University of California, Irvine as well as a licensed psychologist. She says that we, as a society, often make false presumptions about when mental health care should begin and end, something that she says can actively harm people recovering from COVID, even if they appear past the direst symptoms.