Below is a list of all the FREE sessions currently available from our Tipi professionals.
Our volunteer consultations are offered by professionals who are trained and certified or in the process of being certified to provide emotional regulation support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at their convenience. These volunteer consultations are for people with emotional difficulties.
If you are interested, after having read the conditions of use of this Voluntary Consultations service, which you fully accept if you decide to call upon a Volunteer, contact the volunteer professional of your choice directly.
About the professionals who participate in volunteer consultations (volunteers)
Volunteer consultations are provided by professionals trained and certified by the Tipi Association as well as people in the process of being certified. These Volunteers provide callers from all over the world with support through Emotional Regulation, which the Tipi Association offers to users.
The Volunteers are not there as mental health professionals. It’s not therapy. The Volunteers will not give advice and have undertaken not to give any (this being a condition for being able to participate as a Volunteer).
In the event of a life-threatening emergency, call your local emergency services (police, fire department, etc.).
Contact a Volunteer
To get in touch, you must call on a Volunteer’s availability slot.
Volunteers do not take or accept calls outside of the scheduled hours.
If you would like to have consultations by appointment, we invite you to contact one of our Certified Professionals directly from our directory.
All calls must be dialed directly. Collect calls are not accepted.
The Volunteers respect your wish to remain anonymous, if you wish.
Limitations of liability
By using the Volunteer Consultations, you assume all risks associated with the call of a Volunteer.
The Tipi association can under no circumstances be held responsible for the actions of the caller or the Volunteer during or after the use of this free service.
Some helpline volunteers, by virtue of their profession, may have a duty to report crime, abuse or intent to harm. It is the caller’s responsibility to clarify this with the volunteer. The caller can remain anonymous by making a request to the volunteer. Each caller and volunteer is fully responsible for all interactions between them. The Tipi Association is not responsible for the interaction between the two parties and accepts no responsibility for these interactions.
We welcome all comments, suggestions, complaints and compliments regarding your experience as a helpline user.
Accept our terms and conditions
Logging in to a free session constitutes an acknowledgement that you have read, and fully accept, this information and confirms that you wish to view the volunteer consultation schedule.