TALKSPACE APP SWIMMING WITH THE CHAMP

Talkspace is an organization which offers confidential and affordable therapy from licensed professional therapists. It was founded in June 2012 by Oren Frank and Roni Frank with its main offices being in New York City in the United States. Their mission is to put a smile on a billion faces by providing unlimited messaging therapeutic services without making any appointments.

Instagram started a begun a #HereForYou campaign which marks the members that have made mental health associations on the platform. Bell raises funds each January from for the mental health services in Canada. This organization has achieved in assisting more than one million clients to get the necessary help they require. Talkspace has also been expanding working with educational institutions as well as workplaces in an organization to provide mental health care to the students and workers too. They help employees through the EAPs (Employee Assistance Programs) as well as sororities and fraternities in the institutions.

Talkspace’s co-founder, Roni Frank does not just envision this as a simple relationship between the sororities as well as fraternity and the organization. She sees the organization working together with mental health care providers within the campus to aid in meeting the high demand for their services and also giving the students and faculty appropriate accessibility to affordable mental health care.

A lot of people have by now taken full advantage of the ability to get continuous therapy and counseling sessions which one needs not go to a specific physical location. Such services as the ones offered by Talkspace are convenient and flexible meaning the barriers that hinder citizens to access these services fall away. Access to such services has always proved a challenge and applications like Talkspace has been a pillar of hope to millions of people.

Michael Phelps, a swimming champion recently joined the online therapy providing company, Talkspace, for the countrywide TV campaign addressing the mental health stigma. Mental health has recently managed to get to the top in public conversations, from the demanding the access to socialized healthcare, possibly connected to mass shootings as well as social usage. The organization’s main message is that anyone can have a case of depression.