We are in the middle of a deadly pandemic that has spread its claws all over the globe with devastating results and while the corona virus reduced since the past year, it has resurfaced to a bigger level in the past few months and with the third wave just around the corner, things are looking pretty bleak due to which online therapy classes have become increasingly necessary.
Luckily we have too many websites to look forward to in this matter that have been greatly helpful for people especially since Covid-19 broke out last year and since we are living in the age where social media rules the roost, it is only too natural that we too should become accustomed to this change.
Online Therapy might be a recent phenomenon but it goes without saying that it will become a natural procedure to conduct such classes just as it has been of great use for office presentations but here we are going to talk about depression classes online that are greatly needed nowadays.
None would dispute the fact that many office bearers and employees have a hectic work schedule that needs to be adhered to 24/7 but that also leads to compromising their health on many occasions and these challenges are so hard for the body to endure especially when age catches up.
Depression is a far more serious condition than many people believe unless they have experienced it first hand and given the fact that there has been an increase in depression support groups online since the past few years you can imagine what the situation would be.
Synchronous and Asynchronous are two types of online support where the former strictly adheres to a fixed time and place that involves face to face conversation through video chat while the latter don’t really follow a fixed schedule for meeting but created on the spur of the moment.
Some important platforms that need to be mentioned are as follows:
Better Help is a good one to begin this list with where you have this platform that is used for live video, chat, messaging and audio call along with a few others where regular users can get an insurance reimbursement although some would find it expensive as it is around $250 to $350 per month with all therapists having license to conduct online sessions albeit no free trial.
Rethink is another good option with a relatively affordable subscription with therapy, medication management and sessions for both family and friends although it doesn’t have free insurance or trial either.
Regain is an excellent app for couples where all therapists are licensed to operate and messaging isn’t allowed for long conversations even you may conduct trial basis at an affordable rate.
Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) is hosted on Health Unlocked, a renowned social website that has nearly 60000 members along with National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) that has been treating mental issues for more than four decades.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) treats advanced cases of bipolar disorder that is a follow up for depression.