Sky-rocketing rates of stress, loneliness, anxiety, depression and burnout
Increasing incidences of self-harm and suicide
The unending stigma surrounding seeking therapy and bad mental health in the Philippines
Increasing desire to get help - and not knowing where to turn for support
Current mental health support services are too expensive
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I really felt some improvements and sort of relief from stress after I offloaded or shared some issues I’ve been keeping to myself. Definitely, I will book another session in the near future.
I have always desired to seek help from a professional. I feel like talking to [Psychologist] is a safe space and I can share anything. It’s really different talking to a professional as they are unbiased and approachable.
It’s my first time to attend a counseling session and I’m grateful because [Psychologist] is very accommodating and I didn’t feel intimidated. I felt relieved after the session because I had someone to talk to who didn’t judge me. I will definitely try the advice of [Psychologist] and I look forward to another session with her. Thank you very much po.
Stress is our body’s natural response to pressure. It is often triggered by new or unexpected experiences.
There can be different kinds of stress.
When natural calamities like these strike, physiological needs like food, water, shelter, and clothing are of utmost importance. However, beyond ensuring basic needs and safety needs are met, there lies another reality: the need for connection and emotional support. With many experiencing a heightened level of distress, how, then, can we be there for others?
A Salute to Parents on Global Parents Day.
Global Parents Day, celebrated every June 1, can be celebrated by almost everyone: it is a way we can pay tribute to the parents or parent-figures in our lives, but it is also an opportunity for parents themselves to celebrate their commitment to raise the next generation.