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‘I was fighting to get the therapy I needed.’ Photos courtesy: Aditya Kakodkar, Bhargavi Dev, Ritushree and John Junior

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‘We Do Not Treat People Like You:’ How Mental Health Remains Inaccessible

People from across the world share their challenges in accessing therapy.

It is no secret that therapy to deal with mental health challenges is highly beneficial for one’s well-being. But what happens when people cannot access therapy?

Diving into the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day, ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World,’ we spoke with Ritushree Panigrahi, Bhargavi Dev, Aditya Kakodkar and John Junior. Ranging from transphobia to the cost of therapy, each of them explain why therapy was inaccessible for them.

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‘We Do Not Treat People Like You:’ How Mental Health Remains Inaccessible