PSU Can Help You Cope with COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety

The DC 37 Health and Security Plan is here to help members cope with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19. 

Many people feel Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in the face of the uncertainty of COVID-19. If these feelings are overwhelming you, the Personal Service Unit (PSU) can help.

The following are common symptoms to look out for:

Emotional: Anxiety, Depression, Sadness, Loss, Isolation, Mood Swings, Worry

Physical: Disrupted Sleep or Appetite, Chest Palpitations, Upset Stomach, Headaches

Behavioral: Outbursts, Short-Tempered Communication, Difficulty Making Decisions

HOW CAN A DC 37 PERSONAL SERVICE UNIT (PSU) SOCIAL WORKER HELP?

We offer a safe place to discuss and process feelings through confidential individual counseling sessions. We are offering teletherapy during COVID-19.

Assist our members challenge negative thoughts and develop a more optimistic outlook. 

Teach mindfulness and stress management techniques. 

To contact PSU for Confidential Telecounseling Services, please call 212-815-1250 or 212-815-1260 Monday through Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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