The service is handled by the UKPP's expert team free of charge. It is performed online to comply with regulations on social distancing in accordance with the coronavirus prevention protocol.
One of the counselors Dr. Ermina Istiqomah, M.Psi said, the opening of the psychological counseling service is a form of concern for the COVID-19 pandemic situation.
"The coronavirus outbreak doest not only affect one's physical health but also mentally disturb physically fit people," she said.
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The counselor team itself consist of Dr. Ermina Istiqomah, M.Psi., Neka Erlyani, M.Psi., Rika Vira Zwagery, M.Psi., Rahmi Fauzia, S.Psi., MA., Sukma Noor Akbar, M.Psi., Marina Dwi Mayangsari, M.Psi., Firda Yuserin, M.Psi., Rendy, Alfiannoor Achmad, S.Psi., MA., Emma Yuniarrahmahm S.Psi., MA., Silvia Tri Febriana, M.Psi., Jenah Safitri, M.Psi., Dwi Nur Rahmah, S.Psi., MA., dan Meydisa Utami Tanau, M.Psi.
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