MAPPING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
We know that access to mental health support is not equitable across India. Where people live, their background and language, and the complexity and quantity of their needs can all mean some people do not have the same access to services as others. Keeping in mind these disparities we strive for equal access and service quality for everyone.
The Mind Research Foundation takes pride in offering services for mental health issues through skype sessions and telephonic counselling. It is a challenge in a country like India, keeping in mind the diversity and cultural difference but with the right tools and training, we are able to bridge this gap and bring about a change. People in India are not open about addressing mental health problems, hence introducing these services helped in making them more open and approachable.
In Online counseling / therapy, also known as e-therapy, e-counseling, tele-therapy a therapist or counselor provides psychological advice and support over the Internet. This can occur through e-mail, video conferencing, online chat, or Internet phone. Online therapy can occur in real-time, such as in phone conversations and online chat rooms, or in a time-delayed format, such as through e-mail messages.
We are adept in providing One-to-One as well as remote counselling support.