Oren Frank and Talkspace Bring Mental Therapy to the World in a Modern Way

Published / by TheRugbyUnion

 There is a stigma attached to mental health. However, Oren Frank, his wife, Roni, and many others in the field of therapy are working to remove that stigma. For Frank and Roni, the removal is coming via clinical conferences and the creation of Talkspace.

Talkspace is simply a platform that allows users to connect with therapists. No health insurance is required to use Talkspace and best of all, this resource is affordable. Affordability is good news for those who otherwise would not be able to pay for mental health. Check out opencounseling.com to learn more about Talkspace

Talkspace’s CEO, Oren Frank, believes that there is more than one way to receive therapy. The world is in the modern age. Because of this, Talkspace users can engage with therapists in modern ways. The mediums that Talkspace offers include texting, audio, and video, to name a few.

Through Talkspace, Oren and Roni’s goal of making therapy accessible to everyone is coming to life. According to Oren, “Half of the people using Talkspace have never been to therapy before, and would have never gone to therapy if Talkspace did not exist. For us, this is the fulfillment of what we are setting out to do.”

Mental health therapy really has the capacity to change the way people view themselves, others around them, and even the world, in general. In short, therapy has the capability to change lives. This is shown in the fact that half of Talkspace’s users have never come in contact with a therapist prior to signing up.

Although users are seeing results, there are still many people who don’t believe in the necessity of mental therapy. This is the type of thinking that Oren and his team are still working to eradicate. However, more and more people are steadily grasping the importance of speaking with others about their troubles, thus raising the awareness of the need for mental health.

Read: https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/stevenpetrow/2017/01/24/text-based-therapy-not-ready-prime-time/96799556/