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If NO ONE wants to hear about your problems, TEXT them to Talkspace

If NO ONE wants to hear about your problems, TEXT them to Talkspace

Talk­space, launched way back in 2012 has devel­oped an app which con­nects users with licensed ther­a­pists for mobile text-based ther­a­py ses­sions. By elim­i­nat­ing the fear, anx­i­ety and cost asso­ci­at­ed with tra­di­tion­al ther­a­py, the com­pa­ny is mak­ing it easy for mil­lions of peo­ple to be proac­tive about their men­tal health. Today, there are 200 licensed pro­fes­sion­als in its net­work, ser­vic­ing 100,000 users. At present the com­pa­ny has man­aged to get itself a fresh $9.5 mil­lion injec­tion of financ­ing. These mil­lions are to be applied to bring­ing ther­a­py to the mass­es (name­ly a bil­lion peo­ple). The company’s mis­sion is to deliv­er inex­pen­sive ther­a­py ser­vices, any­time, any­where. The idea is a patient and ther­a­pist are teamed up and can mes­sage each oth­er 24/7 for $25 a week. Couple’s ther­a­py is also avail­able at $149 a month. The total fund­ing so far is $13 mil­lion and it doesn’t seem to be stop­ping any time soon. Alex Finkel­stein, the gen­er­al part­ner at Spark Cap­i­tal who was involved in the lat­est round of fund­ing said “When we first invest­ed we thought of this as ther­a­py-lite. But when we talked to ther­a­pists we real­ized that this was ther­a­py on-demand.” With­in a year the com­pa­ny com­piled a 100,000 users…

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Can an app improve mental wellbeing?

Research sug­gests that over a quar­ter of peo­ple will suf­fer with a men­tal health prob­lem at some point in their lives and pret­ty soon these peo­ple could be access­ing an app rather than under­go­ing ther­a­py. The team behind social game Super­Bet­ter claim they can now heal your mind, and with the launch of the app just around the cor­ner, could peo­ple with men­tal health issues real­ly be reach­ing for their smart­phone to access an app, rather than call the doc­tor? Re-focus­ing the Offer The deci­sion to re-nose the focus of Super­Bet­ter and aim it at men­tal health coin­cides neat­ly with the afore­men­tioned app launch, but also with the start of clin­i­cal tri­als designed to show how Super­Bet­ter can strength­en men­tal resilien­cy and help users com­bat stress, anx­i­ety and depres­sion. The deci­sion to refo­cus the offer was based on feed­back from the 125K exist­ing users. Super­Bet­ter cur­rent­ly offers play­ers the chance to make a game out of life’s chal­lenges, which include any­thing from house­work to divorce. Play­ers can turn these oner­ous tasks into games that they can over­come with the help of anony­mous allies and friends. So far, the most user engage­ment has been with those aspects of the game that…

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