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Q: Are there any places that offer counselling to foreigners in Shanghai?

12 years 47 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - Shanghai

 
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http://www.japanpsychiatrist.com/shanghai.html

the things i will do to you ... i mean for you hehe

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Hey, i know of an organisation called Lifeline, its a helpline that offers free and confidential telephone counselling to expats here in Shanghai. Their number 021-6279-8990! Smile

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Obviously the hospitals in SHanghai should have psychiatrists. If they don't I could just imagine people running around the city trying to find help. Go check with your local hospital and see if they have a psychiatrist that can help you with your problems. smiley 

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The Shanghai Community Center in Hongqaio also offers counseling services.  Http://www.communitycenter.cn/

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