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Q: Does anyone know of an English speaking psychologist in Wuhan?

Just looking for an English speaking psychologist in Wuhan to talk to about the anxiety I am feeling living in China. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

1 year 30 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Wuhan

 
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Actually for a westerner dealing with psych issues the best thing is to find a therapist in Australia who can do a skype session.

 

Remember they're about the same time zone as us so it's not that hard to make the scheduling work.

 

I can ask around get a couple recommendations I know people who have done this, send me a PM if you want

 

Good luck.

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Try here:

 

http://en.hubei.gov.cn/indepth/article_11/

 

Dont know of it personally. Just from a quick Bing search. From reading lower down the page they do offer services for anxiety, etc. 

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If one is not psychologically equipped to deal with China, one should not be in China. You can always go home, and in these times, perhaps that is best.

Looking for psychological and/or medical advice on the Internet is dubious at best, on this site, counter-productive.

 

Seek professional help only from those best trained to provide it.

 

All the best to you.

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Congratulations. You have found the best place for china-laowai-psychosis and sino-spleen venting therapy. Welcome. Our host of psychologically challenged helpful expats are at your service.

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Actually for a westerner dealing with psych issues the best thing is to find a therapist in Australia who can do a skype session.

 

Remember they're about the same time zone as us so it's not that hard to make the scheduling work.

 

I can ask around get a couple recommendations I know people who have done this, send me a PM if you want

 

Good luck.

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