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Apps For Therapy Between Sessions

Our top apps for people to use between therapy sessions to maintain and improve their mental health.

With so many online talk therapy services out there, Talkspace has stood out from competitors by being one of the few that accepts most insurance providers and is partnered with several employers' insurance policies and giving access to psychiatric care, so you can also get prescriptions filled, if that is needed. Talkspace offers online talk therapy for individuals, couples, teens, and businesses. They accept Cigna, Optum, Resources for Living, Gator Care, and others. If you're paying out of pocket, you can still get a $100 discount when you use the code SPACE at check out. In these times, it's so important to be able to prioritize your mental health. Not having to worry about whether or not you can afford mental health, can definitely help.

If you don't have a form of insurance that is accepted by other online talk therapy providers, Betterhelp offers quality online talk therapy at a very affordable price and they even offer discouted rates for individuals, couples, and teens. They are also big on sharing honest reviews of their therapists, with real customer experiences, so you can make informed decisions that will make all of the difference for you on your mental health journey. They offer specific therapy for many diverse communities: LGBTQ+, BIPOC, religion-focused, and people affected by ptsd.

One of the newest offerings in online talk therapy that is now offering special packages for businesses, Calmerry launched just before the pandemic hit the U.S. and they have been making strides to become the most affordable and accessible online talk therapy providers for individuals and businesses. If you're not sure what kind of therapy you need or even what you're struggling with, Calmerry offers tests that have been created by professionals in the field of behavioral therapy that you can take to have better guidance on what steps to take next.

Whether you are an employer, employee, self-employed, an investor, or a startup founder, mental health is a priority that often is overlooked. As human beings, we need to maintain a healthy body, mind and our finances are pretty important as well! More on that in the next blog entry. Bottom line is, we've seen what not paying attention to mental health can do to employers and employees and the results are burn-out, lower productivity, and in some cases loss of employment or resignation. Want to know how your employees are feeling? Or track your own emotions in real-time and receive wellness solutions from our practitioners and wellness partners? Check out V2 of MoodConnect now and get your first 2 weeks free for a limited time.

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