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"Blue Summer" campaign in support of children's mental health starts

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The "Blue Summer" national campaign starts today in 12 Bulgarian cities on the initiative of Ombudsman Diana Kovacheva. The aim is to support the mental health of adolescents at the backdrop of a coronavirus epidemic. Reception rooms will be opened, where psychologists will consult parents and children experiencing difficulties after the Covid-19 isolation free of charge. In addition, specialists will answer questions sent on a special e-mail available on the Ombudsman's website. According to Diana Kovacheva, students feel anxious after prolonged distance learning and experience difficulties adapting to the school environment.


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