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ICHARS Support Foundation is launching an Online Platform; Visit MHP Initiative, to help the Psychological & Behavioural Issue

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ICHARS is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a holistic system that connects, supports, and enables all the mental health landscape stakeholders. ICHARS Support Foundation is launching an online platform known as Visit a Mental Health Practitioner with an abbreviation of Visit MHP Initiative to help and connect individuals, psychologists, and other mental health service providers.

The objective of Platform: The platform has four main objectives, which are to create awareness of visiting a mental health practitioner as a precaution versus a measure, offer support to find professional therapy, constantly upgrade psychologists in their learning and assist organizations set up a framework for emotional wellbeing within their company.

This online website will help those in search of care for psychological and behavioural issues such as stress, grief, burnout, anxiety and sleep disorders or provide search or care for such matters. It will also offer short programs that can be personalized as per your preferences.
One can take the opportunity to be a part of Visit MHP as a completely free member. This directory will have health practitioners and psychologists from across the country. It will also showcase articles and blogs around mental well-being.

With the help of the Free Live Chat, a consumer will discuss, vent out and understand their issues virtually. Besides this, you can also research and review courses provided by top institutes and colleges in the country.

Today, Visit MHP founder Nitin Shah said: Visit MHP is an integral part of mental health. It’s a marvellous initiative that has been established to spread awareness about visiting a mental health practitioner to enhance our well-being and not just to overcome disorders. While it’s important to talk about disorders, we truly believe that the conversations need to be expanded to include psychological welfare.

“There are more than a thousand people who have benefited from these mental health challenges that were taken up by psychologists, students and even individuals who understand the importance of mental wellbeing today. Although, this challenge can potentially help millions of people across our country and even globally so that they do not have to experience mental anguish as they would have otherwise. We are pleased to have launched this World NGO Day on the 27th of February’2022.”

Steps for this Challenge include:

  • Visit us at visitmhp.com
  • Take the pledge and
  • Share it on your personal social account

Nominate 3 of your friend’s colleagues to continue the challenge.

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