October 22, 2020

U-M Mental Health Professional Addresses "SAD" & How It Could Be Worse This Year Due To The Pandemic

WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Dr. Melvin McInnis, director of the Prechter Program

Dr. Melvin McInnis

As the seasons change and we all try to work our way through a pandemic, there can be a lot of challenges to our mental health.  Every year, many people suffer from "SAD" (Seasonal Affective Disorder).  WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Dr. Melvin McInnis, associate director of the University of Michigan Depression Center and a university professor of psychiatry, about ways for dealing with SAD which may be compounded for some this year by our current global health crisis.

Visit WEMU's website to listen to the interview.