Getting To the Core of the Issues with Talkspace

Therapy has existed in some form for a long time. Even today as we rush around in the modern era, and perhaps because of it in some part, we may have some unresolved issue(s) that need to be worked out, but you might not have the time or resources to seek professional guidance. There are some people who either enjoy the convenience of being able to seek council from their own home, while others find it more comfortable as opposed to the traditional setting, and one New York based company has taken it upon themselves to provide clients with that service.

Talkspace is an online therapy platform dedicated to providing closure at the convenience of the client. It is both readily available and considerably less costly than going to speak with a professional psychiatrist or psychologist in person while being just as effective. Regardless of while some of us may not have the time, energy, or means to travel to a clinic, never before has it been easier to seek help with your phone/tablet/PC all within the comfort of your own home. This direct approach has also proven to have its benefits as well.

Talkspace was established in 2012 by Roni and Oren Frank, prior to this Roni worked in the software development field. The idea came after having an epiphany during a couples therapy session that saved their marriage. Following the success of 2014, when the company introduced its “Unlimited Messaging Therapy” as well as in 2015, which saw the debut of their “Social Media Dependency Therapy” the company continues to ride a wave of success while providing a needed service to the community. If you need someone to talk to or are just curious to learn more, you can check out the website at

Jasper Palmer

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