MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 31, 2022, 09:03
Every month, specialists from the Moscow Psychological Assistance Service conduct about 100 webinars in various areas.
From the beginning of 2021, specialists Moscow psychological assistance serviceconducted more than 1.8 thousand webinars. In total, almost 63,000 Muscovites joined online meetings with metropolitan psychologists last year, and since the start of the pandemic, almost 138,000 people have taken part in remote events.
“Every month, our specialists conduct about 100 webinars in various areas — family and parent-child relationships, personal development and emotional competence. In 2021, more than 63,000 metropolitan residents joined distance learning. The topics devoted to psychosomatics, self-esteem, self-confidence and techniques for self-regulation of emotions became the most popular, ”said
Olga Gracheva, First Deputy Head Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of Moscow.
Psychological webinars gained great popularity during the pandemic. During the classes, the facilitators share not only knowledge, but also practical skills. To assess the quality of services among users conduct a survey, based on the results of which topics relevant to the audience are determined.
This year, experts have developed new webinars. They are dedicated to the restoration of psychological health after illnesses, family relationships, art therapy, self-development and communication skills with children. The meetings will be of interest to Muscovites of different ages. To access the webinar, you must register, after which you will receive an email with a link to enter.
In a difficult epidemiological situation, anxiety may increase. Psychologists will help to reduce the level of stress and prevent the development of panic disorders remotely. For Muscovites, such assistance is available around the clock.
You can contact the Moscow psychological assistance service by phone: +7 499 173-09-09. In addition, there is a 24-hour psychological emergency line in the capital. You can get advice by calling 051 (from a landline phone) or +7 495 051 (from a mobile phone).
On the site Moscow service of psychological assistance to the population Chat and forum work. Citizens also have access to online consultations.
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