SOS – COViD

COVID-19 pandemic affect individuals and society on many levels, causing radical changes in life activities. People are fearful about their health, jobs, and safety of loved ones. 

In this context appears necessary increase trust-levels among people about their safety, security and future, SOS-COVID is the Innovative answer for this need.

Our program is innovative and introduce VideoConference in Psychoterapeutical Sessions on large scale. Under current COVID-19 infection, population needs to be supported to maintain positive attitude avoiding mental disease and supporting the re-start of activities when the crisis will be terminated.

​Our SOS-COVID system consist in a team of well-trained Psychologists that will assist via Videoconference (12/24, 7/7) all the people involved in this epidemic. 

The Booking Service is not yet activated.

It will be on-line soon! Sorry for this inconvenient!
Scientific Committee
Renata Tambelli

Renata Tambelli

Full Professor

Director of Department of Dynamic and Clinical Psychology, “Sapienza” University of Rome.
Scientific Coordinator of the Doctorate in Dynamic and Clinical Psychology.
Full Professor of Medicine and Psychology Faculty of “Sapienza” University of Rome.
Professor at the “Second Postgraduate School of Specialization in Clinical Psychology”.

Patrizia Velotti

Patrizia Velotti

Associate Professor

Associate Professor at Sapienza University of Rome.
National Academic Qualification as Full Professor, Ministry of Universities, Italy.
Member of the Scientific Board for the Doctoral Training in Dynamic and Clinical Psychology.

Full Member, Italian Association of Psychology.

Our Team

Scientific Committee

Psychologist coordinator

Psychologist

Quarantine is often an unpleasant experience for those who undergo it. Separation from loved ones, the loss of freedom, uncertainty over disease status, and boredom can, on occasion, create dramatic effects. Suicide has been reported, substantial anger generated, and lawsuits brought following the imposition of quarantine in previous outbreaks.

The potential benefits of mandatory mass quarantine need to be weighed carefully against the possible psychological costs.

Successful use of quarantine as a public health measure requires us to reduce, as far as possible, the negative effects associated with it.

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