Blueroomcare FAQs

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Our therapists are licensed professional counselors; LPC licensed clinical social workers LCSW, licensed marriage and family therapists LMFT, psychologists Ph.D. and licensed mental health counselors with a minimum of 2 years in practice.

Psychological First Aid (PFA) is an evidence-informed approach that is built on the concept of human resilience. PFA aims to reduce stress symptoms and assist in a healthy recovery following a traumatic event, natural disaster, public health emergency, or even a personal crisis.

The cost of therapy through Blueroomcare is $4.9/₦2,499 per week (charged every 4 weeks). This means your card will be charged $19.99/₦9,900 per month.

Note: You can cancel your membership at any time, for any reason.

This depends on your needs and varies a lot from one person to another. Some people feel they get most of the value after just a few weeks, while others prefer to stick to the program for an extended period. This is completely up to you.

Psychological first aiders could be anyone passionate about helping people impacted by trauma, natural disaster, anxiety, or any personal crisis.

PFA is not traditional psychiatric or professional mental health treatment, but rather a strategy to reduce stress reactions by providing additional support to those who have been affected by a traumatic or emergency incident.

Study shows that most people approach to life is influenced by their spiritual beliefs. So it makes sense that for many, their emotional issues can have a strong spiritual component, Faith-based counseling refers to counseling or psychotherapy that involves spiritual and/or religious components.

Once you are matched to a therapist, you and your therapist will get a dedicated "Blue Room", which will be your private and secure place to communicate.
In this room, you will write about yourself, the things going on in your life, ask questions and discuss the issues that trouble you. Your therapist will then read your messages, and respond with questions, feedback, insights, and guidance.

If you suffer from clinical depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorders, substance abuse issues, or suicidal thoughts — yes, you should see a therapist.
Even people who experience milder depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem may find therapy helpful.

When in doubt – consult! While most people will recover on their own from a traumatic incident, some people may need more intensive or professional support services.
If you feel that someone needs more help than you are qualified to provide, speak with your Team lead or encourage them to opt for a paid therapy with Blueroomcare.

Psychological First Aid can help everyone—children, adolescents, adults, elders, families, and communities who have been exposed to a traumatic or emergency incident, including responders and support service providers.

PFA is a onetime intervention.

Yes it is completely free, no hidden charges.