Organizations Offering Free Counselling & Therapy During COVID-19

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is one of the hardest times for all of mankind. In Pakistan, where daily wagers and people who do not earn sufficient are suffering, it becomes all the more problematic to survive.

With the constant pressure of earning to survive and the disease getting out of hands, our mental health is suffering the most. It isn’t just the pressure, but being restrained at home is taking its toll as well.

However, during this time, we have seen people and organizations coming together to support humanity. This is the reason; many psychologists and related organizations have started providing free therapy and counseling to those suffering in Pakistan.

We have curated the list of all those who are offering free mental evaluation and emotional support. So, if you are in need, get in touch with either of these:

Aman Telehealth

Aman Telehealth is providing free emotional support for individuals, families, and even healthcare staff impacted by the Coronavirus.

The trained mental health professionals offer support five days a week (Monday – Friday) from 2 pm to 6 pm completely free of cost.

The Aman Telehealth team can be reached out at +92 (21) 11 11-9123.

Umang

Umang has initiated a free mental health helpline for the crisis. This means, you can get in touch with them through the day from 12 pm – 9 pm to discuss your conditions without any charges.

The team Umang can be reached out at any of these numbers: +92 334 6973040, +92 317 4288665

Therapy Solutions

Therapy Solutions is offering nationwide tele-counseling for people who are overburdened with the news surrounding the Coronavirus.

Their different helplines are operating almost throughout the day. In case of serious mental concerns, they prompt you toward the concerned mental health professional as well.

You can get in touch with them through the following numbers at the mentioned time:

0335 7251560 (1pm – 7pm)

0333 2103396 (10pm – 12am)

0300 3603297 (10am – 1pm) (3pm – 7pm)

0321 8218009 (10am – 1pm) (3pm – 7pm)

Relive Now

Relive Now is also offering free 15-minute consultation for those who are suffering from the trauma surrounding the current situation.

You can schedule an appointment for yourself by filling this form. The team will get back to you with the details.

These were just some of the reputed organizations offering mental health counseling free of cost during this time.

If you are one of those affected heavily by the current situation, do not ignore your mental health and get in touch with any of these today.

Mati
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