PSP has announced that it is expanding its social-focused social portal, called Social Emotion Portal, to allow people with PTSD to connect and share their experiences with others.
The new platform allows users to create their own profiles, share their thoughts and experiences, and interact with friends and family.
In a blog post, PSP’s CEO Mark Johnson said: “With the launch of Social Emotions Portal, we’re creating a safe space for people with traumatic stress and anxiety to share their story and their experiences through a place where they can connect, share, and be heard.”
We are very excited to be able to provide the platform for people struggling with PTSD and other mental health conditions.
“The new portal is the latest in a line of PSP products aimed at the mental health community.
Last year, PSM launched the PSP Connect , an online social network for those who have been diagnosed with PTSD or other mental disorders.
PSM has also launched PSP.net, an app for PSM users to access the service.