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After completing a survey to determine what particular flavour of psychological you are, you’re paired with a counsellor, who you can mercilessly switch for a various one at any time. (I got Dr. Laura Dabney, from Virginia). You then kick off an immediate messaged treatment session that both you and your counsellor can drop in and out of, and which could, in theory, continue until one of you eventually passed away.

What does it cost?

You get a complimentary seven-day trial – similar to a totally free Netflix or Amazon Prime trial, other than with way more questions about what your youth resembled. After that, it costs from �,� 24.50 a week for limitless message-based counselling and one ‘totally free’ phone session with your counsellor per month. Yeah, I don’t get how it’s free either, but whatever.

How much is BetterHelp monthly?

If you find the concept of baring your soul to a complete stranger a bit awks, filtering that through instant messaging might be useful. You will not get the exact same connection as with face-to-face counselling, but the semi-anonymity may make it much easier to open up if you’ve been consuming two bottles of rum and dancing around in your dead nan’s bridal gown every night.

She first determined the scale of my stress and anxiety, what activates it– social scenarios, meeting individuals for the first time– and after that dived headlong into my fractious childhood (divorced moms and dads, strained familial relationships, bullied in junior school). She was quite nosey tbh, however then that’s her job, isn’t it?

In general, the service is impressively slick. The discussion can be a little stop-starty sometimes, but it was really a far smoother and more on-tap experience than I expected. I even got rapid reactions to messages over the weekend, which was unforeseen.

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The fact you can edit messages before sending them indicates you’re unlikely to blurt out something revealing and vulnerable in the heat of the minute. So extensive moments of realisation may be hard to come by if you can’t get a relaxed circulation going.

Who do I believe it might it be good for?

Anyone with a low-end mental health problem who’s cool with getting counselled in a very internet-y, 2016-y method. If you’re living under the blackest, bleakest cloud you can possibly imagine and require major attention (and potentially some medications), probably isn’t for you Betterhelp Ad Animation