Alternative therapy in Mental health
Pinkymind, an online wellness centre that focuses on counselling has gained a lot of traction in the last few months with quite
a lot of app downloads and satisfied customers. They are now taking the next step towards better mental wellbeing by soon
introducing alternate therapy.
Work, finances, education and even personal responsibilities have a certain amount of pressure on a person. This pressure sometimes helps a person do better but often causes mental distress. Physical health and wellbeing are given a great amount of importance from working out to eating right but everything we do or things one unknowingly thinks of immensely affects one’s mind. Mental health is often ignored and it then results in deviations or mental illness.
A counsellor communicates with the client and understands a troubled person to a certain extent but when this goes beyond a point of just communication, therapy is required. In addition to occasions in which the situation is severe, therapy is also required for people who might find it very difficult to openly directly address their concern. Alternate therapy is a medium in which a person in distress can release and communicate what they are feeling. This ensures that a larger audience receives relief and in ways that suit the person best.
Current Offerings & What’s Next?
Currently, Pinky Mind offers various online counselling services especially via its Android app. It is soon to also launch its services in the child therapy section.