I'm content with my life right now. I take good care of myself, have healthy relationships with family and/or friends and have things that I'm looking forward to.Get Support
I have days where I feel completely unmotivated or unfocused. Then there are other days where I feel an overwhelming sense of gratitude and joy.Get Support
I can't seem to shake the feeling of sadness. Small things are having a larger impact on my mood than they used to and I've lost interest in things I used to enjoy.Get Support
I'm experiencing feelings of hopelessness and I think that things would be better if I weren't here.Get Support
When work and life become unbalanced, you have choices. Seeking support from the many resources GDIT offers through our How Are You, Really? pages can help. Need more options?
Have you considered:
Talking to your manager about your workload, reprioritizing, changing deadlines or getting a co-worker to help with a project
Taking meaningful paid time off to rebalance, unplug and recharge
Flexing your hours so you have more time to juggle demands
Taking a leave of absence – Family Medical Leave, medical or personal leave
Reducing your hours, even temporarily to get through a demanding time
Changing your role to a position that may be less demanding
Whatever your challenges, GDIT is here to support you. Talk with your manager or your HR business partner. Let’s find a solution together!
Our critical government missions depend on the readiness of cleared talent. Unfortunately, there is misinformation surrounding mental health support within the intelligence community that often discourages members to seek help when they need it. In reality, seeking mental health support is a critical pillar of resiliency and is viewed favorably within the intelligence community. Additionally, getting treatment and counseling for mental health concerns is not a sufficient reason to be denied a security clearance and it is extremely rare to have a clearance negatively impacted by seeking mental health support (<1%).
Below are resources available for cleared professionals to help with stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.