As a courtesy by the show, each Islander who leaves the villa is offered a minimum of eight therapy session.
The show also enterprise contact for 14 months after the series has ended, as it's quite apparent people can go through a lot of trauma after being eliminated.
Something similar happened with Molly-Mae, as one of the sources said, "It’s been tough for Molly-Mae since leaving the show. She’s always had a positive experience online but has been cruelly targeted since going on Love Island."
The source continued, "It’s been incredibly upsetting for her, and she’s struggled to understand why it’s happened to her. She decided to take up the offer of therapy to try and get her head around it all and hopefully get back to her old self soon."
ITV also confirmed all contestants would be offered enhanced psychological support before and after filming; the TV network as said Islanders would receive "bespoke social media training” and advice on finance upon returning home.