Thank you for your life-saving service in these risky times. We are well aware as psychologists that the heightened and persistent anxiety that many front line workers are experiencing can be debilitating and lead to intrusive thoughts, insomnia, and depression. Distress and trauma symptoms can develop from experiences in the workplace and from fears of bringing this deadly illness home. You are welcome to give us a call at 610-525-4828 (ext. 1) if you would like to consider talking with a psychologist at our practice.
American Psychological Association
For Parents & Children:
Coping in these Challenging Times:
- Love is Louder project from the JED Foundation
Calming / Meditative