A ‘Better’ way to Mental Wellbeing
We provide a wide range of online mental health therapy choices to meet all of your demands. Our network of specialists includes a variety of specialties to address your unique requirements. Get connected right now!
How it works?
Register for Counseling
Fill out a 5-minute online questionnaire to describe your concerns.
Consult with your Therapist
We match you with counselors who are available 24/7 based on your preferences.
Connect to Our App
Our app includes self-care tools, videos, and sessions to assist you deal your problems.
Commute time and scheduling difficulties may be reduced.
You can select from a variety of plans that adapt to your requirements.
Switch therapists without interruption, and there is no additional cost.
Reduce expenses while still receiving high-quality treatment
Frequently Asked Question's
Online therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of mental health conditions, including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Eating disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Substance abuse and addiction
- Grief and loss
- Relationship issues
- Sleep disorders
- Stress management
- Anger management
In addition to these mental health conditions, online therapy can also be used to help people struggling with life transitions or major life events.
Some online therapies are very short, lasting only a few sessions. Others may last for several months. Ultimately, the length of time you spend in therapy will depend on your goals and objectives. If you’re seeking help for a specific issue, such as anxiety or depression, you may find that a shorter course of therapy is all that you need. However, if you’re struggling with more complex issues, such as trauma or relationship problems, you may need to commit to a longer course of treatment.
Yes, you can chat with a therapist online or via text messages. This can be a great way to get help if you’re not comfortable talking on the phone or in person. Just make sure that you choose a reputable service that offers confidential, encrypted communication.