MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
October 9, 2021, 09:03
Residents of the capital with anxiety, phobias, depression, fears, sleep disturbances and other problems can apply here.
A mental health advisory center was opened on the basis of Moscow polyclinic No. 220. This is the second such institution in the structure of urban health care. The center operates at 27 Zamorenova Street.
Here you can get advice from psychotherapists and medical psychologists for free.
The creation of the center is the next stage in the development of a network of outpatient care for people with psychological complaints that do not require specialized treatment, said Georgy Kostyuk, chief psychiatrist in Moscow.
The center’s specialists use comprehensive treatment and prophylactic programs that do not require constant medical supervision of the patient. Employees of the PKB No. 1 named after N.A. Alekseeva will conduct individual and family consultations, group classes, psychodiagnostics and trainings here.
Experts will help solve problems of communication, self-esteem, the ability to cope with anger and anxiety. In addition, they will teach adaptive thinking and relaxation skills. You can contact the center to work with anxiety, various phobias, depressive mood, obsessive fears, hypochondriacal disorders and sleep disorders. They also plan to conduct lectures on mental health here.
To get an initial appointment with a doctor, you need to make an appointment by phone: +7 495 530-10-91 or through official site center. You can apply for help in person and without an appointment on weekdays from 08:00 to 20:00, on Saturday from 09:00 to 16:00. To do this, you will need a passport with a permanent residence permit in Moscow and a compulsory medical insurance policy.
The first consultative center for mental health was opened this summer on the basis of the city polyclinic number 191. It is located at Pervomayskaya street, house 61/8. The center is a structural subdivision of the Psychiatric Clinical Hospital No. 4 named after P.B. Gannushkin.
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