Emotional Wellness Programme

Download a pdf brochure here

The stress of living in a highly competitive, materialistic and technologically fast moving world is on the increase and we all need guidance on how to deal with these issues before they impact negatively on our lives. Once we accept responsibility for managing our own emotional wellness, we will be able to function optimally at work, home and socially.

CAMAF’s strictly confidential Emotional Wellness Programme has been developed for you to approach your emotional health in a holistic two pronged way – PREVENTION and MANAGEMENT. With our support and guidance we strive to empower you to manage your own emotional wellness in the most appropriate and effective way.

Programme Benefits

Stress Line
Explanation of your Psychotherapy benefits
Support on an on-going basis and during a life crisis
Relevant literature
Service provider referrals
Exam stress survival guide – click here to access


The Stress Line has been developed to assist you in evaluating and reducing the negative effects that everyday demands have on our lives. The programme offers completely confidential telephonic advice and support.

The measures that are put in place by government to combat the spread of COVID-19 can make it harder for many of us to manage our mental health or even worsen the symptoms for those already living with a mental health issue. It is important to take extra care during this time with these self-care steps.

Should you be experiencing PTSD (Acute Stress Reaction) or anorexia/bulimia, download the psychotherapy treatment plan here to be completed by your doctor or therapist, and email it to [email protected] or fax to 011 707 8747

If you have been diagnosed with depression, schizophrenia or bipolar mood disorder, download the chronic application form here to be completed by your Doctor.

Emergency lines; in case of a problem after hours

SA Depression and Anxiety Support Group
SADAG Helplines providing free telephonic counselling, information, referrals and resources 7 days a week/24 hours a day – 0800 21 22 23, 0800 70 80 90, or 0800 456 789
Suicide Crisis Line
0800 567 567
SMS 31393
Pharmadynamics Police and Trauma Line
0800 20 50 26
Department of Social Development Substance Abuse Line 24hr helpline
0800 12 13 14
SMS 32312

Help is at hand

Contact us
011 707 8415
(8h00 – 16h00 Monday to Friday)
[email protected]


or call our Stressline:
0861 700 600 option 1, then option 3