SAATA COVID – 19 SUPPORT Initiative

We understand, the pandemic has brought many changes and along with it, a lot of anxiety and distress. These are extraordinary times and need extraordinary care. The South Asian Association of Transactional Analysts is bringing you various ways to seek support for free.

1. Free Online Support Group for anyone to join (Zoom)


A safe space for you to talk about what you are feeling, share what you are going through, seek mutual support and find ways to cope with the anxiety and stress. We will maintain small group size to ensure everyone has a chance to share.

Click here to register for Online Support Group

Read more about Support Groups here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Support_group

2. Free Support Group exclusively for Doctors and Nurses (Zoom)


A lot is being asked of the Healthcare Providers in this crisis. This is a safe space for Doctors and nurses to process what they are experiencing, seek mutual support and deal with the immense grief and anxiety. We will maintain small group size to ensure everyone has a chance to share.

Click here to register for Online Support for Doctors and Nurses

Read more about Support Groups here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Support_group

3. Free Counselling Helpline (Zoom)


You can seek one-on-one counselling to help you cope with the emotional distress you may be experiencing due to the pandemic. Please get in touch with our SAATA volunteers who are training and under supervision, as counsellors.


Click here for ONE-on-ONE Support Session – Zoom

We hope you will continue to take good care of yourself and use these resources.

Disclaimer: Please be informed that these services offered by the volunteers from SAATA are for general information and support only. They are not intended to, and does not, amount to long-term therapy or medical advice of any nature, specific or general, nor the suggestion of any diagnosis or treatment, nor the endorsement of any person or business. If you think you are experiencing any distress, please seek immediate medical attention from your mental health provider.