Principal and lead coach at Emotions City, Oyinkansola Alabi commonly known as Feelings Physician has actually stated that the world is faced with a growing population of individuals experiencing concealed mental illnesses and distress.
This she stated is not a surprise that an establishing country such as Nigeria; a home to about 206 million residents with a mental health spending plan of about 3.3 per cent of the proposed healthcare budget has been ranked 15 th most self-destructive population.
The 6 seconds Network licensed Emotional Intelligence Professional kept in mind that with over seven countless the entire population experiencing depression, making Nigeria the most depressed country in Africa; what this suggests is that we have a growing rate of depressed citizens.
” It is no surprise mental-health treatment is seen as ‘high-end’ and a service for the exposed and informed aside from a necessity for all. Feelings City in a bid to widen the mental health service industry to offer budget-friendly mental healthcare service that cuts across all social strata has created a pocket-friendly effort called the Mental Health Tribe.”
She stressed that while qualified mental-health specialists are not easily accessible to a large population of people due to the growing rate of economic recession and financial strain, in the light of this Feelings City shares in the typical Nigerians plight and is building initiatives to “sachetize” the mental-health service market in a bid to make their services readily accessible to Nigeria and the world as a whole.
” Who says mental healthcare service can not be relatively low-cost and available for the typical Nigerian? With simply a token and approximately N1700 regular monthly and N20,000 yearly, the mental-health people is value-for-a-dime; an affordable year-long value mental health package with worldwide practitioners with immensely generous perks where you can de-stress in a non-judge-mental zone via the month-to-month virtual-therapy session with live therapist and coaches where “tribers” can find out together, ask mental-health related questions from the professionals and come from a people.”
We have a growing rate of depressed people, states Emotions City founder, Alabi
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