The counsellors listed on this page come from many backgrounds, work with different therapeutic modalities, and speak a wide variety of languages. What unites them is that they have agreed to offer free, online counselling for any person directly affected by the war in Ukraine.*
Select your preferred therapist below and contact them by registering to the platform. As someone directly impacted by the war you can receive online counselling free of charge. The counsellors listed here committed to a minimum of four session, and will - based on your situation and needs - decide the number of sessions individually. Each session usually lasts 45-60 minutes. Please note that most of them speak English, and not Ukrainian! If you have any questions please contact us through the form below. Write to your preferred therapist today to hear more.
* This means all people – regardless of race, religion, or nationality – who are directly affected by the Russo-Ukrainian war are eligible.
Are you a counsellor or therapist, interested in supporting this initiative? Register a profile on the platform for free to get listed on this page. We will then send you a coupon code per email in order to use our service of GDPR-secure messaging and video sessions free of charge for six months. You have to invest the time in creating a profile with your professional photo and some more information about your practice as well as sending us your credentials for approval before shown in the directory. For more details read our FAQ.
For more resources please visit our resources for therapists page.
In cooperation with Analysis & Activism with the patronage of IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology)
Therapists for Ukraine is listed as a resource by for example Berlin Senatskanzlei, Taz die Tageszeitung and Der Tagesspiegel.
For other ways to personally contribute, we recommend considering the following organizations: UNICEF, CARE, UN Refugee Agency, (UNHCR) , Save the Children
For press enquires please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our press page.
How are we doing so far with the initiative? See our Feedback report from therapists and clients (June 2022) to get some insights into experiences from both therapists and clients.
It’s Complicated doesn’t offer emergency services. If you think you are at risk for suicide or have a medical emergency, you should go to your nearest emergency room.