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Rocket Health can help you find judgement free and confidential care you need for all mental and emotional concerns, small or large: stress, anger, depression, anxiety, emotional distress and a variety of other conditions. Whether you’re looking for free anonymous support groups, individual therapy sessions, or psychiatry and medication, we’re here to help.

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We Heard You

"It was my first time taking online therapy, in fact the very first time I ever opted for therapy.. I'm glad I took up the session, it really helped me cope with my anxiety and deal with my stress." — Abhishek

"I purposefully waited to write my feedback as I wanted to be sure before sharing my thoughts here. I genuinely feel a better after talking to my therapist. So I will be booking more sessions soon.— Anonymous"

"I have not been regular in taking sessions but still RH has been very nice and helpful even though having lack of co-operation from my side. I am very thankful to them. Looking forward to have more sessions. Thanks again to whole Rocket Health team. — Vinit"

"I had my first session. I felt secure and was able to speak my mind and the therapist didn't carry out the session in a template format that really resonated with me. Hope to go back for many sessions — Anonymous"

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With COVID in line, so many of us are feeling isolated right now. At Rocket Health we don't just treat you but also welcome you to join our community to find peers who understand what you are going through.

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We are with you from beginning to end

We felt the pain in accessing mental healthcare so we created care that is seamless, affordable, and flexible to your unique needs and mental health goals.

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Who you'll be working with

Judgement free mental health professionals

We're proud to offer access to experienced mental health professionals - who won't judge you or your problems - be it psychologists, psychiatrists - you're in amazing hands.

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Designed and vetted by our team of leading experts in mental health.

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For all your mental health concerns

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is counseling? 👀
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Counseling is a form of talk therapy that encourages people to address the issue they are facing with the eventual goal of overcoming the problem. In counseling, you and your therapist will work together toward ensuring your emotional and mental well-being. Your therapist will use tools to help you navigate any difficult feelings, behaviors, thoughts, or situations that you are experiencing.

Will my sessions be confidential? 😟
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The personal details of everyone seeking therapy are kept anonymous and confidential by therapists, and these details are not shared with anybody without the client's consent. However, in extreme cases where the client poses a danger to a person's - their own or someone else's - life, the therapist would get in touch with their emergency contact.

How many sessions will I have to attend? 🤔
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The number of therapy sessions you would ideally have to attend is mutually decided by you and your therapist. This decision is based on your concerns, diagnoses (if any), the severity of your concerns, etc.

Who is a counseling psychologist?
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Counseling psychologists collaborate with clients to address their mental health concerns and trace their root causes. They work in tandem with their clients, encouraging them to make decisions which aid their mental well-being.

Who is a clinical psychologist?
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A clinical psychologist specializes in psychological problems causing severe distress, such as psychosis. They use psychometric testing, questionnaires, and assessments to diagnose and treat their clients.

Who is a psychiatrist?
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A psychiatrist is a doctor working primarily in psychopathology, the medical domain concerned with identifying, researching, diagnosing, and treating mental health concerns. Unlike psychologists, psychiatrists can prescribe you medicines (if required) to manage your mental health concerns or diagnoses.

Is it safe to take medications for mental health? 💊
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Yes, it is absolutely safe to take medications. The chemical composition in the brain causes psychological disorders; medications act on these irregularities to decrease or, in some cases, completely eliminate your discomfort. However, you should take medicines only as and when prescribed by a psychiatrist. Avoid self-medicating; it can can actually worsen your symptoms.

How do I know if I need therapy? 😥
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Therapy is for anyone and everyone. Anything that makes you stressed, worried, or impacts your mood can be discussed in therapy, from daily life concerns to a one-of-a-kind occurrence.

Is online therapy as effective as in-person therapy? 💻
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Online therapy is as helpful as face-to-face counselling. Like in-person therapy, online therapy also helps you express yourself with the help of a qualified professional. Plus, it saves you money, conveyance time, and the hassle of setting up in-person meetings. According to your comfort and convenience, you can ask your therapist to conduct online sessions over either a video or audio call.

How can I prepare for my first session? 📝
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You have already taken a step toward better mental health by choosing to go to therapy. Acknowledge it and be proud of the effort you have put in! Remember to set goals, be open and honest, and have realistic expectations. Schedule your session at a convenient time and keep an open mind. You can also note down a few things you’d like to discuss with your therapist beforehand.

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If you’re experiencing an emergency and need immediate help, call suicide prevention helplines or go to the nearest hospital.

National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences: 08046110007
Vandrevala Foundation: +91 7304599836 / +91 7304599837 / 18602662345 / 18002333330
Fortis Stress Helpline: +9183768 04102