LISSUN has launched a new digital campaign, #Lissun to your mind


A company that provides end-to-end mental wellness solutions- LISSUN, has launched a new digital campaign named ‘#LISSUN to your Mind’ to promote the idea of this year’s World Mental Health Day, which is ‘Mental health care for all: let’s make it a reality.’

Lissun is a technology-enabled mental health business that helps people to meet their mental and emotional wellbeing requirements. It is a group of people who work in the fields of mental health, technology, and wellness. Their goal is to improve the lives of millions of individuals by providing psychological help in all parts of their lives. It is a privately held firm headquartered in Gurgaon, Haryana established in 2021.

The start-up is planning a week-long event starting from October 3rd, leading up to World Mental Health Day on October 10th. The prime objective of the initiative’s release before World Mental Health Day is to highlight mental health and also answer the queries of people on the same concern.

The campaign encompasses a series of seminars covering key themes and trends in the field. Acknowledging the need for mental help post the pandemic, the agency has summoned some of the great and experienced psychologists, psychiatrists, gynecologists, oncologists, general physicians, and campaigners to come forward and spread awareness on the topic. There will also be events on art therapy, mindfulness, and a college student competition.

Commenting on the campaign announcement Mr. Krishna Veer Singh, Co-founder, Lissun, said, “We anticipate a massive opportunity in integrating Mental Health into mainstream healthcare. LISSUN is here to make mental health care a part of everyday life. And to achieve the same, it is important that people feel comfortable talking about their challenges. 

The brand will also go on to organize events to discuss the issues that mostly cause mental health problems and are overlooked. The themes will include LGBTQ+, psychosexual issues, and mental health in small towns of India keeping in mind the Campaign.

The initiative will have forum chats with experts and personalities from various social groups to share real-life experiences of those who have battled mental illness.

The event can be live-streamed on the social media handles of the brand.

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