|Lauren McCoy(MS, LMFT)|
"I really feel a connection with Lauren. There's so many things going on in my life at this time. She helps me to focus on what I can work on for the week. She's great at talking with me and listening to me. Which has made me aware of some things in my life I didn't really pay a lot of attention to. She's a great counselor. I'm thankful for her and this online counseling. Thank you."
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|Jessica Reed(LMHC) & Online Therapist|
"I was ready to give up on finding an online counselor, Jessica was my last try, and she has really been everything I was looking for in a therapist here. I never wait long for a reply, if she won't be able to respond for a day or two she lets me know. It's just incredibly comforting to know your therapist is considering you on that level. I am so pleased with our sessions and progress so far and I'm so glad I tried that one more time."
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|Mary Brieske(MS, LPC, NCC)|
"I was in a panic when I joined online counseling because I needed someone to talk to me and tell me they are there. Few minutes later, Mary came through. I typed out my worries and problems and we got right to it. Mary offered a lot of insight and hit the nail on the head as what was going on. Mary has helped me see things that my anxiety wasn't letting me. I'm thankful for Mary and the time she takes to answer my questions and encourages me to keep moving forward. I don't regret joining better help."
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|Lauren Abasheva(LMHC) & Online Counselor|
"When I began my sessions with BetterHelp I was skeptical of how well online counseling would work for me, but after almost a month working with Lauren I feel better mentally than I have in a while. It was reassuring to receive her messages and helped me make peace with the issues that I was having. Lauren was relatable and overall a great counselor!"
Written by K.A.
With the best online therapy services solution available with a licensed counselor (yes, we confirm that all of our therapists are licensed), you're matched to a counselor based on your preference of communication; either live video, text messaging, or telephone... never having to worry about traveling to an office. And remember, you can always connect with your therapist in between sessions using unlimited messaging therapy with your doctor on demand. People enter online therapy for different reasons, whether it’s for individual therapy or couples counseling. If you’re struggling with your relationship, you may want to consider online marriage counseling. Whatever the reason you are seeking mental health treatment, you should feel good about your choice to better your wellbeing. When you are using video sessions you can see your counselor’s face, and feel connected to them. While all the counselors are qualified, many will prefer a younger, older, male, or female counselor the provide the counseling services needed. Once that happens, here is what you can expect.
If you are living with a mental illness, the counselors at BetterHelp can support you in developing coping skills for your condition. So many people live with mental illness. Swimmer Michael Phelps has been vocal about how much therapy helped him deal with his mental health concerns. For those living with bipolar disorder, an online therapist can help you work on strategies to cope with mood fluctuations between depression and mania. If you’re taking medicine for your mental illness, your counselor can support you while you continue with medication management with an outside provider, such as a psychiatrist. Online counselors can help you learn to manage depression, anxiety, and stress, which are among the common issues people can talk about in therapy. Online therapy is different than support groups. You are receiving the caring ear of a mental health provider who is dedicated to your mental wellness. You can think of them as a doctor on demand.
With unlimited messaging therapy, you can connect with your online therapist between sessions to get support. Sometimes you need to get thoughts off your chest, and you don’t want to forget them between sessions. That’s where unlimited messaging therapy can be extremely useful. You can write a message to your online counselor, a licensed mental health professional, even when you’re not in session. It’s a rare advantage to have this much access to your therapist; especially when you’re not seeing them in a full session. Unlimited messaging therapy helps people feel connected to their therapist anytime they feel alone. It’s like having a doctor on demand. Messaging an online counselor is a great option for teen counseling. Many teens are more comfortable expressing their emotions through text rather than phone, or video. Each person has a specific way they feel the most comfortable communicating their feelings, and that’s why online counseling is so versatile.
Thousands of counselors, licensed mental health professionals, from across the world are ready to connect with you to address your mental health needs, providing the support and therapy services you need; meaning you can get matched with a therapist anytime that's best suited for you (versus scheduling issues with in-office therapy). Your doctor on demand, who is a private online therapist, is providing you with excellent mental health services for your specific needs. Whether you have a mental health issue or need advice, seeking counseling from a platform like ours where therapists are licensed can provide you with the support and help you need in bettering yours and other people's lives (with chat sessions).
Messaging a therapist may not seem like it could help, but it’s a powerful form of mental health services. Chat sessions are confidential, and can feel freeing to clients. You can talk about a variety of issues, such as anxiety, stress or other mental health concerns. Chat sessions allow you to work on coping skills with a licensed professional therapist. Online counseling offers so many benefits to users, and the sign-up process is simple. You can start chatting with a licensed mental health professional in no time. There are many different forms of counseling to choose from, including marriage and family therapy, counseling for the LGBT community, teen counseling, and more. You can learn about online therapy on our about page and begin the sign-up process if you like what you see.
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