New York Needs Mental Health Professionals
Do you or someone you know offer any help?
With all that has been going on over the last few days and weeks with the coronavirus, most of us have had deal with all kinds of different feelings and emotions.
Many of us aren't sure how to deal with feelings that we haven't had to ever deal with. Feelings like being alone, not sure how to deal with money problems, all kinds of different stress, the list could go on and on, which is why this call to action for mental health professionals is so important.
According to Time, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the state is working to set up a network of psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists for people to speak to about the emotional toll of the Covid 19 crisis.
Any mental health professionals willing to volunteer their time to help can answer a few online questions and get signed up here.
Cuomo also said that if they get enough volunteers the state would set up a Mental Health Electronic Help Center.
The center would give people in need a place to get free help with by providing sessions over the phone or through video chat.
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