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- Affordable way to achieve a balanced life
- Licensed therapists you can trust
What is Online Text Therapy?
Not everyone has time and money to attend face-to-face meetings with a licensed professional counselor. With a text therapy service, there is no need to commute to a mental health professional’s office as you can have sessions wherever you are, whether you are staying at home, in the office, or even on the go.
You can text a therapist to solve plenty of emotional problems and challenges while having a reliable Internet connection. Use your favorite device and get in touch with the most qualified and experienced therapist to make your life better. Getting started has never been easier. Down below, we will tell you more about how everything works.
How Does Text Therapy Work at Calmerry?
More and more clients choose text therapy and are extremely satisfied with the services. We are always here to improve your quality of life and help you solve problems that disrupt your daily routine. Modern technologies are called to make everything more convenient, so you should take advantage of our online services.
Text your therapist at any time, no matter where you are, to discuss your feelings, troubles, and other things that are important to you via the Internet.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s extremely important to keep social distance, and online therapy gives you a chance to get quality treatment from the fully-licensed therapists.
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Select the subscription plan that best suits your needs and budget. Plans start at just $53.
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Is It Possible to Text a Therapist?
Therapy by text is very popular because it allows you to communicate with a therapist even if you are busy at work or taking care of your family. All you have to do is to write everything that’s on your mind and bothers you. A therapist will text you back as soon as possible, depending on their schedule. You will get a detailed answer with advice and guidance you might need at the moment.
Is Therapy by Text Free?
Many people never tried in-person therapy as it’s quite costly. Online counseling is equally effective, and most importantly, it’s an affordable alternative that allows people to get mental help from qualified specialists no matter where they are.
Online text therapy is not free. Depending on the service plan you choose, you will have to pay a monthly subscription fee. Keep in mind that costs for text therapy online are significantly lower than for face-to-face meetings with therapists, so why not give it a try right now?
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No matter what life challenges you are facing, it’s possible to always rely on us. Get matched with a therapist that fits your needs and improve your mental well-being.
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I hesitated about using virtual therapy services before I found Calmerry. It took me just three visits to find a therapist who I feel comfortable with. I really appreciate the Calmerry platform for an individual approach and great customer support.
I like Calmerry because of the pricing and conditions! It’s much cheaper than other therapy platforms and apps.
It was a great challenge for me to find a therapist who is right for my needs, but I succeeded. Our first session was more like Q&A but maybe such a path helped me find my counselor.
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88% found Calmerry to be as effective or more effective than traditional therapy.
95% found it to be more convenient than traditional therapy.
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