Feeling sad or anxious are normal reactions to difficult situations. Additionally, if you are grieving, feelings of loss are an accepted part of the recovery process.
However, if you are overwhelmed by feelings of sadness and worry, or if they stop you from functioning in your day-to-day activities, there are ways to regain control of your life.
When you may experience these sadness, worry, or loss:
Experiencing feelings of sadness, worry or loss can accompany many life events, including the loss of health, divorce or the end of a relationship, financial hardship, loss of safety after a trauma, or the death of a loved one.
How The Jewish Board can help:
- Our team of mental health professionals can help you assess your situation and create a plan that’s right for you.
- Services are staffed by community practitioners who merge academic expertise with practice-based insights.
- We have 15 clinics in all five New York boroughs, so help is available wherever you are.
We help people of all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and cultures by using trauma, diversity, and anti-racism lenses to assure that our services are tailored to the specific people and communities we work with.
- Our team speaks a variety of languages, from English and Spanish to Russian and Haitian Creole.
- We accept most types of insurance, including Medicaid.