World Suicide Prevention Day 2021 Creating Hope Through Action A Message by Dr Pushpa Ranasinghe, Senior Consultant Psychiatrist on Prevention of Suicide (Sinhala Medium) A Message by Dr Wajantha Kothelawela, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist on psychological support for children and adolescents (Sinhala Medium) A Message by Dr M Ganeshan, Senior Consultant Psychiatrist on Prevention […]
ජාතික මානසික සෞඛ්ය ආයතනය, ශ්රී ලංකාව
ශ්රී ලංකාවේ මානසික සෞඛ්ය පිළිබඳ විශාලතම රෝහල
ඔබට covid-19 ආසාදනය වූ විට ඒ සඳහා නිසි ආරක්ෂණ පියවර අනුගමනය නොකරන්නේ නම් ඔබේ ආදරණීයන්ට ආසාදනය විමේ අවදානමක් ඇත.
Donations were received from Sri Lanka Red Cross
Intermediate Care Home for Female Clients
How has the Global Pandemic Affected You?
Support extended to fix and reuse all oxygen connectors
A help to the mental health of health workers working in the face of the Corona epidemic. Sri Lanka Association of Psychologists helps health workers in front of Covid-0712578578
Bipolar Affective Disorder (BPAD) is perhaps one of the most stigmatized mental health conditions around the world. In the Sri Lankan context, the ill-perception that those battling it receive along with labels fuelled by unawareness such as “dangerous, abusive, and unstable”, has set the premise for a very bleak reality for them.