Given the current grip of the Corona virus on our collective stage, we would like to contribute our services to honour our shared humanity.
We hope that these online spaces will enable people access their inner resources and coping skills to better face the ongoing challenges of this difficult situation.
We are offering the following services gratis till end April 2020 for the following people.
1. Psychological support for healthcare providers involved in relief efforts, their families, and care-givers of people impacted directly and grappling with the consequences
2. Connecting Digitally in times of Social Distancing
In order to connect with our shared humanity and provide mutual support, we will hold space every week for an hour at the designated time(s) until end of April 2020. We aim to co-share moments of silence, sharing and reflection in these sessions to help navigate the enforced social distancing.
Sessions will be held every Saturday at 17:30 hrs. IST (UCT +05:30) i.e., 12:00 hrs. UCT.
– all sessions are free of charge
– please connect directly at the time indicated (muting yourself)
– worldwide participation is welcome
– session language will be English
– the online sessions can accommodate upto 100 participants (on first come basis)
– active internet connection with audio-video capability enabled is a pre-requisite
– participants are requested to follow rules of general conduct; we retain the administrative privilege of temporarily or permanently muting, banning, expelling group members for uncalled for behaviour, as we deem appropriate, without assigning any reason whatsoever.
March 2020: 21st & 28th
April 2020: 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th
17:30 hrs. IST (UCT +05:30) i.e., 12:00 hrs. Universal Coordinated Time (UCT).
Disclosure(s) & Disclaimer(s)
– we are psychotherapists-in-training and as part of our studies, we undertake supervision for our work
– we follow a psycho-somatic-spiritual orientation and our work is informed by principles of Process Oriented Psychology (Processwork – Dr. Arnold Mindell), Somatic Experiencing (Dr. Peter Levine) and Jungian psychology (Dr. Carl Gustav Jung)
– neither the individual nor the group sessions substitute regular therapy and informed medical care; nor should they be used to initiate a long-term therapeutic relationship