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COVID-19: San Marcos students provide mental health assistance through digital platforms | healing | Corona virus | nndc | gear

In order to contribute to the mental health of citizens, which has been seriously exacerbated by the pandemic COVID-19According to the Ministry of Health, 7 out of 10 Peruvians, a group of 16 students from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos) were affected.UNMSMProvides free assistance to people through digital platforms.

This is the group called heal – heal, What is his slogan? “We grow together” It arose with the sole aim of promoting the assistance of citizens, especially the younger ones, in identifying problems that could affect their mental health.

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This group of students considers a responsible and professional approach to mental health to be central to the general well-being of any society.

The services they provide to the public through digital platforms. One of the most important is Free psychological support by professionals Highly trained.

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Additionally, Sanar offers a virtual space for listing certificates. In this way, users who visit the platform They will be able to share and learn about personal experiences.

The platform invites reflection and promotes emotional self-care through various content on its social networks and website. Visit Sanar website and social networks:

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