Azerbaijani and Turkish specialists jointly to provide service to those in need of psychological assistance as a result of the war - UPDATED
- 20 January 2021
Specialists invited from Turkey in order to organize the psychotherapeutic treatment of our citizens experiencing moral psychological problems as a result of Patriotic War arrived in our country on January 20, APA reports citing the website of Azerbaijani MES.
Professional clinical psychologists and psychotherapists invited by the Ministry of Emergency Situations will assist in the effective organization of psychological rehabilitation of citizens experiencing mental problems as a result of the Patriotic War. At the same time the joint activity of those specialists together with psychologists-specialists of Azerbaijani MES in order to organize the psychotherapeutic treatment of veterans, members of families of martyrs, people who suffered physical and moral damage from terrorist acts, as well as exchanging experience is also envisaged.
Citizens can appoint meeting date, and get free of charge relevant psychotherapeutic assistance by calling 112 hotline of Azerbaijani MES.
The 44-day Patriotic war fought for the territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan under the leadership of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, Mr. Ilham Aliyev has ended with the complete Victory of Azerbaijani army and it was put an end to the Armenian aggression, the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations told APA.
The consequences of war have affected negatively our veterans, as well as the families of martyrs, people who have suffered physical and moral damage from terrorist acts.
Remind that Azerbaijani MES continues to provide 24 hours of uninterrupted emergency psychological assistance to our citizens through 112 hotline.
Along with this in order to effectively organize the psychological rehabilitation of citizens experiencing mental problems as a result of the complications of the war MES invited 20 clinical psychologist and psychotherapist from the Republic of Turkey.