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Therapy is a proven strategy for alleviating stress and helping to solve and manage mental health problems. Since one in ten Americans are diagnosed with mental health issues, there is a great need for intervention but waiting for appointments can be difficult when you need help and many people do not have access to good therapists. Online therapy is a great solution.
This week, TherapyHub.com announces the launch of its online therapy platform. The site offers live HD video therapy sessions with professional, licensed therapists. You can get an appointment whenever and wherever, whether you're at home or on the road. Chat sessions are also available for people who do not have access to a webcam or choose not to use one.
Therapists are online 7 days per week including evenings and weekends. This addresses the difficulty that irregular schedules impose on people who travel for a living; even if you are constantly on the road you can develop a long-term relationship with a therapist. If you have a laptop, your therapist is a click away.
Website navigation should not contribute to stress, especially when the user is looking for help. TherapyHub.com is designed with ease of use in mind. A variety of online therapists who employ an array of therapeutic approaches are ready for video, audio or text conversations.
You can select the therapist that you feel most comfortable with by reading through profiles and reviews. You also have an opportunity to write your own therapist reviews.
TherapyHub.com also features a comprehensive therapist directory of over 30,000 licensed therapists in the United States and Canada.
In addition to choosing a therapist for one-on-one private therapy, you can also submit a question that will be answered by a licensed therapist, free of charge. TherapyHub.com is active now and counselors are on call to help.
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