Talkspace is a text-based therapy app created by Oren and Roni Frank. For a weekly price, you get the benefits of a therapist in your pocket.
If you’re often on-the-go or would prefer writing your experiences, then this app might be the one.
You can contact your therapist through texting, voice calls, or video calls without limit for 5 days/week.
“You can write them a damn novel if you want and they’ll still be there to respond,” says user Julia Rose, writing for The Mighty. “There will always be a response in my experience. Always.”
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For $65/week, you get unlimited therapy. For $99/week, you experience couple’s therapy. You can pay monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
“A few months ago, I changed health insurance plans and my new insurance was not accepted at my therapist’s office,” writes Anum, a student at Columbia University.
“After months of neglecting my mental health and reaching somewhat of a breaking point, I started looking online for remotie therapy alternatives to traditional in-person therapy and talkspace was immediately on my radar.”
The plans Talkspace offered were much easier on her student budget.
After answering a questionnaire and speaking with a consultation therapist, you’re matched with a credentialed therapist suitable for your specific needs. Feel free to change therapists later—it won’t cost you.
Lena Finkel of Femestella recognizes how difficult it can be to find the right therapist.
“It’s like dating—you have to find just the right match,” says Finkel, “and you often have to go through a few to find the right fit. It’s exhausting.”
Finkel viewed Talkspace as a last resort. Then she and her matched therapist clicked immediately.
“I’m so grateful to finally have someone who understands me, who encourages me, and who is there for me,” Finkel praises. Learn More: http://medicaldailytimes.com/therapy/woebot-betterhelp-talkspace-reviews-online-therapy/4358/