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How will I communicate with my therapist?
You can get therapy in 4 methods:
Exchanging messages with your therapist
Talking cope with your therapist
Speaking over the phone with your therapist
Video conferencing with your therapist
You can utilize various methods at different times as you want, based on your needs, schedule, and convenience.
How does messaging work?
How will I spend for my BetterHelp subscription?
When you are matched to a therapist, you and your therapist will get a devoted “space”, which will be your secure and personal place to communicate. In this space, you will discuss yourself, the important things going on in your life, ask concerns and talk about the issues that difficulty you. Your therapist will then read your messages, and react with concerns, feedback, insights, and assistance.
You can exchange messages with your therapist at any time, from anywhere, using any Internet-connected gadget. You will get an alert by email when the therapist has sent you a message.
How do live chat sessions work?
How do live phone sessions work?
How do live video sessions work?
Can I go back and read the therapist’s previous messages?
For how long can I utilize BetterHelp?
This depends on your requirements and varies a lot from one person to another. Some individuals feel they get most of the value after just a couple of weeks, while others prefer to adhere to the program for a prolonged period of time. This is completely up to you.
Is Betterhelp web available for disabled users?
We strive to provide a web experience that is aligned with the most recent Web Content Availability Standards (WCAG) at the AA level, released by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
You can allow and launch the availability preferences by visiting the Ease of access page if you are on a desktop browser.
For mobile users, we suggest using your gadget’s native ease of access features. Directions for iPhone can be found here, and for Android can be found here.
Can I be compensated by my insurance?