The 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April, 2015 killed 9,000 people, including the four-year old daughter of a young mother Kalpana Shrestha in Sindupalchowk district. Severely traumatized after losing her daughter, Kalpana suffered severe depression for nine months until she met a psychosocial counsellor from a UN Women supported multi-purpose women’s centre in Chautara of Sindupalchowk district. Thanks to the counselling and support she received at the centre, Kalpana is a totally different person today—she is happy, she is active helping her family and she is healthy. But most importantly, she is open to talking about the trauma she went through with the death of her children. To date, the centre in Sinduplachowk has provided psychosocial counselling to nearly 500 women and young girls.