Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) is a not for profit research organization established in 1998 by a renowned psychiatrist of Pakistan, Major Gen. (R) Ishrat Husain (Late). PILL a well-being and resilience building organization, is dedicated to promoting optimal mental health across the life course preconception, infants, children, youth, working adults, older adults, families and communities, through its focus on healthy psycho-social functioning and development.

The culturally adapted psychological intervention C-MAP utilizes problem solving components within a brief intervention that can be widely utilized in clinical practice.
Multicenter RCT to evaluate the clinical and cost effectiveness of a culturally adapted manual assisted psychological intervention as compared to treatment as usual in Pakistani Adolescents (YCMAP) with a history of self-harm
The objective of the study is to: “Determine if supported implementation of the LTP plus programme improves infant development compared to standard implementation of the LTP plus programme”
SEPAK is regarding suicide prevention by empowering adolescents in Pakistan.
South Asia Self Harm research capability building Initiative (SASHI) Suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide. A prior history of self-harm is one of the strongest predictors of a future suicide attempt or completed suicide.

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PILL publishes its newsletter on quarterly basis for promoting mental health awareness by engaging mental health practitioners to express their thoughts and experiences about mental illnesses.

Trainings & Workshops

Training & workshops are conducted throughout the year at all branches of PILL to foster knowledge or skills among employees and local community members

Annual Magazine

PILL publishes annual journal which comprises of details of all activities conducted throughout the year. It is in circulation on National and International Level.