Mental health almost goes hand-in-hand with stigma in India. Though online resources are a boon, the shame around seeking therapy is still abundant. In this light, the solutions that mental health start-up MindPeers offers is like a blessing. What they are offering are diagnostic tools and self-care models, along with conventional and much-needed services like telephonic therapy, mind coaches and a blog.
This deep technology-enabled platform is backed by solid science. Apart from a Chief Psychology Officer, a team of four clinical psychologists and researchers do all that needs to be done at the back end to make MindPeers what it is.
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