Hello. Thanks for helping in advance. I am about to be 30 years old and I was working in a reputable hospital for over 5 years until recently when I had a panic episode at work last year in September. Since then I was on medical leave and I had to see a Psychiatrist. He said I am fine now after a period of monitoring and I told him I no longer wanted to go back to the same position because I was really stressed out. I didn't like my job and I was constantly in fear that I would make mistakes. This is the first time it ever happened and because of the pandemic, I am still waiting at home without a job. I felt so lost in the beginning even though the hospital says they will help me. Now I have applied to a couple jobs from the same place but I didn't hear back from the HR at all. I have been job searching and learning with online free resources. I have also been seeing a therapist who helps me with previous life traumas. I am not sure at all how to get back on my foot when life is opened back up after this pandemic. The specific question is: Should I be opened about my depression/burn-out episode to my prospective employer? Should I explain it on my CV since I will probably be applying to jobs in different fields? I had no experience in job searching since I studied in a very specific field and got a job right after graduating.