Online therapy is proven to be as effective, if not more effective than face-to-face therapy, with important benefits that bring the experience into the modern era. For some, traditional therapy is their choice because they haven’t yet experienced the freedom that online therapy offers.
If you’re on the fence about whether online therapy is right for you, consider these positive benefits.
Continue reading 5 Reasons Online Therapy is Right For You
Therapists are as unique as the clients who seek their help. Talkspace’s “Meet Our Therapists” series offers intimate access to the mental health professionals who provide care. It’s a view of their passion for making therapy more accessible. Check out our latest interview below!
Name: Holli Fiscus-Connon
Licensing Info: Licensed Mental Health Counselor [LMHC] in New York
Where you live: Rochester, NY
Amount of Time Working at Talkspace: 3 years
Time Working as a Therapist: 10 years
Why are you working in therapy/mental health?
I became a therapist for several reasons, one being that I am a natural helper. It is who I am. I am drawn to helping people and people are drawn to me to help them. I am grateful I get to be a trusting, supportive and empathetic person in someone’s life, someone who may not have that or ever have had that.
I also personally know how important and helpful therapy can be. I wanted to offer the support that has helped me in the past. Continue reading Meet Our Consultation Therapists: Holli Fiscus-Connon
Admitting that you have a problem to your therapist is easy – realizing that it’s not going away without hard work is less so. At least that’s how I feel about.
– by Anonymous Talkspace User
When I first started therapy via Talkspace, I was in a very bad place. I lost someone I deeply cared about only a year prior, and dealing with the event proved to be extremely difficult. Never mind the monumental list of other unresolved issues from my youth that I had to address, yet haven’t until my therapist made me. I knew I was a mess, but to what extent was a mystery even to me.
Continue reading Dear Therapist: I Admit I Have a Problem. What Happens Now?