The psychological support department at Mäi Wëllen, Mäi Wee was created in 2017. At the beginning it was able to offer its services only occasionally and as a volunteer activity performed by certain administrators of the Charity who had received training about the issue at hand.
Since 2020 and thanks to an agreement with the Family Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region, this department has been active 40 hours a week. It offers the following services:
- • The provision of all useful information and documents related to the law of 16 March 2009 on euthanasia and assistance to suicide, to its implementation procedures or to the procedure to follow when applying for euthanasia or assisted suicide.
- • Inform and explain the usefulness of arrangements of end of life and if needed, offer practical help in order to fill in the required documents in accordance with the provisions of the law.
- • A telephone helpline.
- • Meeting people who are interested either individually or with their relatives in our premises.
- • Home visits at the request of a patient and their relatives.
- • Visits when requested to a retirement home, a nursing home or hospital.
- • Offer psychological support for mourning relatives.
- • Taking steps to launch a network style cooperation between treating doctors, nurses and the patient.
- • Organising information sessions for the wide public.
- • Acting as trainers in the frame of trainings targeting professionals of the healthcare and education sectors.
- • Offer of collaboration and support to all professionals of the healthcare sector in order to clarify any individual problem that may arise in relation to the subject of euthanasia and assisted suicide and the procedures of implementation.
Our services are free of charge and we proceed with utmost discretion..
Service d’Écoute et d’Accompagnement
1b, rue Thomas Edison
Entrée B / 4e étage
Tél : +352 26 59 04 82 – 61
Adresse mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact person :
Amélie Josselin, chargée de direction (manager)
Catarina Da Silva Ferreira, qualified psychologist
Pauline Marcel, qualified psychologist
Sally Beffort, graduated nurse