Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services, Esther Muinjangue, has called on the Namibians to seek psycho-social support by professional therapists and social workers when encountering mental health issues.Muinjangue said that no one wants to talk about being stressed or depressed, but it is important that people seek professional assistance and undergo counseling and psycho-social therapy in order to minimise the psychological burdens they carry, insisting that “’it is ok to feel anxious. It is ok to have fear in a pandemic or in a situation unfamiliar to you, but it is not ok when you do not go and seek professional assistance”.
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