Emotions City berths Mental Health Mall
Studies have shown that medics treating COVID-19 patients have feeling of depression, anxiety, insomnia, and distress.
An average person is also dealing with fear, anxiety, panic, job loss, pay cut, lockdown exhaustion among other issues associated with the changing times.
According to the Emotions doctor and founder Emotions Mental Health Mall, Oyinkansola Alabi, these circumstances and many more are the reasons why Emotions City created the Mental Health Mall. A first of its kind round the clock one-stop centre for African therapists.
“We are open to book an immediate session for yourself, friends, families, colleagues, employees, and medics.” Visit www.thementalhealthmall.com
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