Begin your journey towards mental wellness

With our free range of personalizable tools and solutions, achieving mental wellness is now within every individual’s reach

EVERYONE needs help regardless of whether they bear the label of mental illness or not!

The World Health Report 2001 says that Mental Disorders affect one in four people. However, it is crucial to acknowledge that the remaining three may not be immune to mental struggles despite the absence of any diagnosed mental conditions

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Our Tools and Solutions

Self Help


When it comes to mental health, self-care is of utmost importance. Our self-help tools are designed to assist you in supporting your own mental health.

  • Self Assessment
  • Goal Settings
  • Mood Analytics
  • Read & Learn
Community Support


As humans, we are inherently social beings, therefore building thriving communities helps foster mental wellbeing for everyone. Solh provides a non-judgmental safe space to gather and feel connected with people who are going through similar challenges, through our community tools.

  • Journaling
  • Solh Buddy
  • Support Groups
  • Anonymity
Expert Services


We believe understanding one's own mental health can be challenging at times. Timely clinical interventions become necessary then, to prevent situations from escalating into crises.

  • Clinical Intervention
  • Allied Therapies
  • Packages & Subscription
  • Talk Now
Solh Wellness warmly welcomes each and every individual, belonging to diverse age groups and gender, tailoring its services to cater to your unique mental wellness journey.
Solh for Children

Solh for Children (5-12 years)

  • Problems in learning Emotional regulation
  • Behavioral issues - Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), and conduct disorders
  • Developmental disorders - Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and learning disabilities (LD)
  • School-related stress - Academic pressures, bullying, and social integration

Solh Services tailored for children

Solh for Children

Solh for Adolescents (13-19 years)

  • Identity formation, leading to self-esteem challenges and a need for validation.
  • Peer pressure and the desire for acceptance and fitting in.
  • Mood disorders - Depression and anxiety disorders
  • Body image issues, eating disorders or body dysmorphic disorder.

Solh Services tailored for adolescents

Solh for Young adults

Solh for Young adults (20-35 years)

  • Transition stress and uncertainty - Entering college, starting careers, and developing personal relationships
  • Career pressures - Establishing a career, financial independence, and balancing work-life demands.
  • Substance abuse - Experimentation and increased independence may lead to substance use or addiction.
  • Relationship issues - Forming and maintaining relationships, including romantic partnerships and friendships.

Solh for Middle-aged adults (36-64 years)

  • Work-related stress - Career demands, job stability, and balancing work and family life.
  • Family stress - Raising children, caring for aging parents, and managing household responsibilities.
  • Midlife crisis - Feelings of dissatisfaction, reflection on life choices, and existential concerns.
  • Chronic health conditions
Solh for Middle-aged adults

Solh Services tailored for adults

Solh for Women

Solh for Seniors (65+ years)

  • Aging-related concerns - Loneliness, loss of independence, and adjusting to retirement
  • Cognitive decline - Dementia or Alzheimer's disease may lead to anxiety, depression, or confusion.
  • Grief and loss - Coping with the death of loved ones and adjusting to changes in social support networks.
  • Physical health issues - Managing chronic illnesses and physical limitations.

Solh Services tailored for seniors

Solh for Women

Solh for Women

  • Reproductive health - Menstrual cycle and hormonal fluctuations (Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), and perimenopausal mood changes), Pregnancy and postpartum depression, anxiety, or postpartum psychosis, experiencing miscarriages.
  • Gender-specific social pressures - Gender discrimination, stereotypes, domestic and caregiving responsibilities.
  • Work-life balance
  • Higher rates of depression and anxiety disorders compared to men, which can be influenced by hormonal, social, and cultural factors.
  • Eating disorders - Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder are more common in women. - social groups that talk “Don’t Eat”
  • Sexual assault, which can lead to PTSD and other mental health challenges.
  • Life transitions such as adolescence, motherhood, and menopause.
  • Gender disparities in healthcare - Socioeconomic factors, discrimination, or inadequate resources.

Solh Services tailored for women

Nurture your mental wellbeing with Solh Wellness
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