Continuing its mission of offering personalized and adaptive talk therapy, the updated sessions at PsyMood allow patients to receive the care they need at prices they can afford. The goal of the service is to make patients as comfortable as possible with a therapist who speaks their native language.
More details can be found at https://psymood.com
The latest update takes into account the growing number of people suffering from pandemic fatigue, says the team at PsyMood. The current health crisis has negatively impacted the mental health of millions of people, who are often too ashamed to admit that they may be suffering from anxiety or depression.
Current medical data supports this, with more psychiatrists noting a sudden influx of anxious people who cannot healthily cope with being stuck at home. Worse, these feelings of anxiety are often coupled with cultural and linguistic influences. First-generation immigrants, for example, may have difficulties expressing themselves, especially to a person who doesn’t come from the same cultural background as them.
PsyMood addresses this by being one of the few online mental health consultation services in the country that has multilingual counselors from different religions and backgrounds. To date, the team offers talk therapy packages in English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Farsi, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Bengali, Italian, Malayalam, Hebrew, Persian, Punjab, Tamil, Yoruba, Chinese, German, Filipino, Marathi, Polish, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Dutch, Lingala, Nepali, Somali, Turkish, Slovak and Tagalog.
Interested patients are encouraged to schedule a discovery session with the group at no cost. This initial meeting allows the counselor to assess the needs of the client and then develop a personalized recovery plan.
PsyMood also announces that it is now offering corporate packages for companies that want to support the mental health of its employees. Business executives are requested to email the group for customized pricing.
A grateful client wrote, “PsyMood understood me and my needs, even when I wasn’t 100% sure what I actually needed. I felt comfortable signing up, and it was truly amazing to see the difference it makes when talking about mental health with someone who speaks my language and understands my culture.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://psymood.com
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