PAS counselors often talk with people who are experiencing a range of personal, family, or work-related problems, including addictions, emotional distress, relationship difficulties, and work-related conflicts or stress. Your feelings about a situation can be used as a guide. It may be helpful to talk with a PAS counselor if you are experiencing the following feelings more often than you would like:
- distressed, upset, hurt
- sad, depressed
- helpless, confused, stuck
- anxious, worried
- over-stressed, fatigued
- guilty, ashamed
To schedule an appointment call 919-416-1727. Out-of-state employees should call 800-327-2251.
Our emotions serve a wide variety of purposes. Emotions can be fleeting, persistent, powerful, complex, and even life-changing. They can motivate us to act in specific ways and give us the tools and resources we need to interact in a meaningful way in our social worlds.
Mental well-being describes your emotional state -- how you feel and how well you can cope with day-to-day life. A healthy well-being is essential for you to function and be happy. PAS can help you address the issues that may be affecting your well-being.