Lucy Listens provides up to 4 hours of short-term, solutions-focused support for parents and their children provided by a licensed mental health counselor at no cost.
As the fallout of the Covid-19 crisis continues to wreak havoc in the world around us, children and those who care for them are left feeling lost, overwhelmed, anxious, worried and stressed. Many children who have had no emotional or behavioral issues prior to this crisis are currently experiencing:
Anxiety or behavioral issues tied to recent adjustments
Withdrawal and lack of communication with parents and family
Loss of appetite
Lack of attention and focus
Nightmares, night terrors and sleep loss
Fear of getting Covid-19 or losing a parent/loved one
Stress from adjusting to virtual learning
Social and emotional challenges due to separation from friends and classmates
Grief due to separation from grandparents or other family members
Lucy Listens is here to help
Lucy Listens also provides services to educators and other pediatric professionals as they assist children and parents in adapting to the new normal as it relates to school and remote learning, including up to one hour consultation with an education specialist free of charge.
Who Qualifies for Lucy Listens?
Families of children ages birth to 12 years old in Greater Triangle area of North Carolina.
How much does it cost?
Lucy Listens provides up to 4 hours of short-term, solutions-focused telehealth support for parents and their children provided by a licensed mental health counselor at no cost to you.
How do I apply?
Complete the Request for Consultation by clicking the button below and a staff member will contact you within 24 hours to set up your sessions.
Lucy Daniels clinicians help children by:
- Normalizing and validating fears, anger, grief and other related symptoms
- Developing insight and coping strategies to help them manage their emotions and moods
- Encouraging them to verbalize and express their emotions to parents and other safe adults
- Supporting them in identifying tools and strategies for healthy sleep routines
- Building and nurturing safe connections with loved ones and friends
- Offering resources, such as stories, games and other tools to help children understand and cope with the changing world around them
- Assisting them in re-engaging in normal activities