Help with psychological stress

Mental health guide

Stress, anxiety, worries – are you struggling to maintain a healthy mental balance? The mental health guide helps you find the right therapy option, enabling you to regain your mental balance or prepare for future challenges.

With Sanitas, you benefit from free access or attractive special rates and services to support your mental health. Challenging situations are part and parcel of life. But sometimes the psychological stress becomes too much to bear alone, especially if you wait too long to address the situation. Many people are reluctant to admit that they have a problem and seek professional help. The mental health guide makes the search easy and uncomplicated – taking in everything from handy coaching apps and online therapy to psychotherapy.

How to benefit from the mental health guide

Install the Sanitas Portal app on your smartphone and go to the Health area.

Or contact our health advisors:

058 344 51 00

myhealth@sanitas.com

Benefits of the mental health guide

  • Initial assessment of your mental health
  • A personal recommendation for online therapy and psychotherapy
  • Quick and easy access to psychological advice
  • Hand-picked partners and psychotherapists offering services ranging from prevention and advice to self-help approaches, coaching and therapy
  • Free access or attractive discounts

Promoting psychological health – with our partners

Klenico mental health check

Klenico analyses your mental health based on a scientifically proven online questionnaire, followed by a consultation with a specialist, and then proposes a suitable therapy.

This offer is available free of charge to Sanitas customers with supplementary outpatient or inpatient insurance. If you don’t have supplementary insurance, you can use the offer at a discounted price of CHF 179. Get in touch if you’d like to benefit from this offer.

Gaia – online coaching programmes

Gaia is a pioneer in the field of online therapy, offering support in cases of stress, burnout, despair, depressive moods, worries and anxiety. The company has been developing certified medical products that are approved throughout Europe since 1997. It products are based on the principle of cognitive behavioural therapy. By becoming conscious of your own thoughts and feelings, you are able to promote a change in attitude, thereby strengthening your mental health.

This offer is available free of charge exclusively to Sanitas customers with supplementary outpatient or inpatient insurance. Get in touch if you’d like to benefit from this offer.

HelloBetter – digital therapy

The HelloBetter online courses offer support with various mental health issues. The Stress Management and Depression Prevention courses encourage you to take precautionary steps to safeguard your mental health. Both offers are available for CHF 99 instead of CHF 299, regardless of whether you are insured with Sanitas.

There are also a number of specific online programmes for those with acute symptoms such as panic attacks, excessive alcohol consumption, problems sleeping, stress and burnout, vaginismus and depression. These offers are available free of charge to Sanitas customers with supplementary outpatient or inpatient insurance. Others can take advantage of the discounted price of CHF 299 instead of CHF 599.

Get in touch if you’d like to benefit from this offer.

Aepsy – help finding the right therapist

Swiss platform Aepsy provides hand-picked and experienced psychotherapists and psychological coaches. A matching system is used to suggest suitable psychotherapists depending on each individual situation.

Aepsy’s goal is to ensure that people get the help they need quickly and stigma-free. Thanks to Sanitas, you benefit from a voucher for CHF 70, regardless of whether you are insured with us or not. Get in touch if you’d like to benefit from this offer.

How to find offers using the Portal app

Do you have any questions about the mental health guide?

Our health advisors will be happy to help:

058 344 51 00

myhealth@sanitas.com

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