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Every time someone you recommend chooses therapy. Celebrate the impact you have made with your therapist next session!

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When you nudge someone you love to look after their wellbeing, you activate the ripple effect and magnify impact.

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Take a stand against the stigma of seeking Mental Healthcare and become the champion changemaker that you are!

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Questions You Might Have

Most questions you have will be answered here. If not, you can always reach out to our experts!

How does the Nudge A Friend initiative promote mental health care?

We’ve noticed that the most successful way to get someone to care for themselves, is to ask their friends to nudge them. Referring a friend to therapy helps normalise seeking support and destigmatizes mental healthcare. It also encourages people to be authentic and have deep, meaningful friendships.

How does the Nudge A Friend initiative work?

When a friend you’ve nudged books their first therapy session with one of our expert therapists you will get a 25% off on your next session and a whole lot of appreciation. Your friend also gets 10% off as a gift from you.

Do I get multiple discounts on multiple referrals?

The more the merrier! You can refer as many people in your life as you want to individual therapy, couples therapy or career counselling. You’d be a supportive and valuable friend to them!

What are some things to keep in mind when referring my friend to mental health care?

Encourage your friend to do their own research on mental health or join events to learn more about therapy. Raising awareness about their wellbeing is the first step towards caring for themselves! Don’t be disheartened if they don’t choose to come. Instead of telling them why they should go, tell them how you were supported.

How can I encourage my friends to take care of their mental health?

Here are a few ways you can encourage your friends to seek therapy:

1. Motivate them to speak openly about their mental health with you and other trusted individuals by being vulnerable and opening up yourself. This can break the stigma and normalise the idea of therapy.

2. Listen to them without judgement, be empathetic, and provide emotional support.

3. If they feel comfortable, offer to accompany them to their therapy session.

4. Try to create a supportive environment at home where they can feel comfortable talking about their mental health without the fear of being judged or getting solutions.

When should I consider referring a friend to therapy?

If you notice changes in your friend’s behaviour, mood, or sleeping patterns, or if they withdraw from activities they once enjoyed, it’s wise to introduce therapy support. If they have recently had a major life event (death, break up, loss, career change) therapy can help them before it becomes worse. More so if they express thoughts of self-harm and suicide or have been indulging in harmful substance use.

How can I redeem my rewards?

When your friend books a session, you’ll receive a unique coupon code through email. Simply add the code when you book your next session during check out.

Does my friend need to be diagnosed with a mental health concern before I refer them?

Not at all! Mental health care does not have to start with a diagnosis. Anyone can benefit greatly from just having an insightful and supportive conversation with a therapist.

What can I do if I’m not sure whether or not my friend needs mental health care?

We wish we could all be mind-readers. But remember, anyone can benefit from therapy support, regardless of whether they are going through a hard time or not. If you have the slightest inkling that they could use an expert in their lives, there’s your answer!

Could referring my friend to therapy make them feel offended?

Mental health care is a sensitive issue and it’s okay to feel unsure about it. If you think your friend could benefit from therapy, try talking to them about it in a supportive and insightful way. Let them know that you're concerned for their well-being and that you want what's best for them.

Who can I talk to if I have any questions about referring a friend to therapy?

Our first responders are always available for instant support! Please call us at +917892551372 with any concerns or doubts you may have and we’d be happy to guide you.

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