For more than a year, almost every day, residents of Ukraine have heard air alarms that signal a potential threat to life. Even those who are in relative safety regularly experience stress and psychological deterioration.
Yuliia Zalutska, an ADRA Ukraine psychologist, tells what to do if anxiety has caught you on the street and is accompanied by a panic state.
You can watch the video about the most effective self-help methods for panic attacks caused by air alarms.
Psychological support is one of the areas of work within ADRA Ukraine project with the support of the German Federal Foreign Office and ADRA Germany. In particular, in the format of group or individual classes, assistance is provided to people who find it difficult to independently cope with the traumatic experience gained as a result of hostilities. Work with a psychologist is possible both offline and online.
Pre-registration for a free consultation is made by the following phone numbers:
+38 095 276 04 91
+38 050 010 59 78
+38 050 010 46 69
Working hours of the hotline: from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Day off: Saturday