Pineapple Support to Provide Free Therapy For Colombian Cammers

BOGOTA, Columbia—Pineapple Support, a leading mental health resource in the adult industry, has partnered with The Webcam Lab and Fundación Liam to bring free therapy to adult workers in Colombia.

The Webcam Lab, the first comprehensive service center for the Latin American webcam industry and AJ Studios’ Fundaciòn Liam will work with Pineapple Support to make sure a full-time therapist will be available to any model or performer in the adult industry in Colombia in need of mental health services and therapy.

“Our company has always been characterized by the support and genuine interest in the progress of the more than 2500 models that are an active part of the Webcam Lab family of affiliate studios,” said José Luis Araujo S., relationship coordinator for The Webcam Lab. “It is really valuable for us to integrate to this philosophy the support and the quality service that Pineapple Support represents.”

Lisbeth L. Contecha, Director of Foundación Liam, is happy to support the project.

“As a foundation, we have always tried to have the best tools to positively impact the lives of people with whom we have the pleasure of working,” Contecha said. “Tools that we know are greatly enhanced by working with Pineapple Support.”

British performer Leya Tanit founded Pineapple Support in 2018, in response to a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illness. Since its launch, the organization, has connected more than 250 adult performers to mental health services; including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support. Pineapple Support is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States, a registered charity in the UK.

“There are many adult models and performers in Colombia without access to stigma-free and specialized support,” Tanit said. “I’m incredibly thankful to The Webcam Lab and Foundación Liam, whose support will allow us to promote the mental health and well-being of performers in the Latin adult industry.”

Performers who are interested in accessing therapy, or studios who are hoping to secure free therapy for their performers should contact [email protected].