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Q: Are there any hospitals in china for the treatment of depression?

are they free or are like the five star hotels?

6 years 8 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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Depression is still largely considered a taboo subject in China but luckily more and more services and channels for help are becomming available in China (although there's still a long road ahead). Shanghai has the Shanghai International Mental Health Association: http://www.s-imha.org/, which is one of the best places to turn to for help, especially if you're an expat.

Otherwise, your best port of call is checking out the international hospitals in the city you live.

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If you are Chinese and seek psychological services you will lose your job, even in the military.

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