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Civil Servants' Mental Health Center


All civil servants and their family members, including survivors of civil servants who died in the line of duty

Center hours

10:00~19:00 on weekdays, 10:00~20:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10:00~15:00 on the last Saturday of the month


One-on-one and group counseling, diagnosis and psychological testing, group programs (make an appointment through in-person visits, phone calls or online)


Depression, anxiety, anger, work stress, personality disorders, family relationships, interpersonal relationships, workplace conflict, coaching, career development, leadership, etc.

Diagnosis, physical testing and self mental health testing

Disposition and personality, mental health, stress, career, aptitude and career pathways, cognitive and emotional state, etc.

Group programs
  • General: Team building programs, family programs, experiential programs such as arts, play, crafts, sports and meditation, special lectures, etc.
  • Customized: Special programs for officials in charge of dealing with complaints, PTSD prevention programs for officials engaged in dangerous work, emergency crisis support system for teams who underwent shocking experiences, etc.

Programs can be customized to the needs of individual organizations and teams. (Call for inquiries)



Civil servants' Mental Health Centers nationwide

Sejong Center, Seoul Center, Gwacheon Center, Daejeon Center, Yeongnam Center, Honam Center