The project investigates the transnational practices of seeking mental health help in Persian speaking communities and is based on ethnographical research in Berlin. It looks at the ways the Persian online world impacts mental health literacy and help-seeking behaviour and finds that spaces that are made in these virtual transactions create networks that are not bound to a place but are rather organic and ever-evolving. What is the dynamic of this community of digital health citizens? What are the main platforms in which people in these communities acquire knowledge on mental health services based in their home country? What is the role of booming online therapy services in Iran in providing online mental health services abroad?