By Gabriela Baron
The De La Salle University (DLSU) Psychology Department is offering free mental health counseling to persons affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Telepsychology for the Lasallian Community is offered to frontline healthcare workers, COVID-19 patients, persons under investigation (PUI), persons under monitoring (PUM), and members of the Lasallian community experiencing mental health issues during the enhanced community quarantine.
“Telepsychology for the Lasallian Community aims to respond to the mental issues that frontliners as well as the academic community members who are experiencing severe stress, anxiety, and psychological issues brought about by the Enhanced Community Quarantine,” the university wrote on Facebook.
Along with online counseling, psycho-educational materials and webinar sessions will also be provided.
“Your mental health is important. Taking care of yourself can help you cope with stress,” it added.