Inner Compass Counseling is not a 24/7 crisis help center.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency or crisis and needs immediate help, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
We are here with you in these difficult times.
We are all having a range of responses and emotions to this pandemic. Social isolation can feel challenging and painful, and we are here to support you and connect with you.
We encourage you all to find ways to continue caring for yourselves and connecting with others even while things are challenging, and we can figure those things out together if you’re struggling. We would be honored if you would allow us to support you through this time, even though it might feel different in an online setting.
For those that we normally see as couples, we are willing to see you individually if it would be helpful to you during this time, to help work through any anxiety or uncertainty you may feel. We know that most of us have never experienced this type of social isolation before and it can feel very scary.
Below is a list of resources that you may find helpful to maintain your mental and emotional health during this time:
CDC: Mental Health and Coping With Stress During COVID
COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide (National Alliance Of Mental Illness)
Coping With Coronavirus: Managing Stress, Fear, and Anxiety (National Institute Of Mental Health)