3 Virtual Therapy Apps to Try 


Article by Kate Baxendale

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Times of uncertainty can increase levels of anxiety and worsen symptoms of depression. If you've found yourself in a "funk" lately but aren't sure what do to, mobile apps can help. Any step you take to improving your mental health—no matter how small—is an important step in the right direction. Check out these apps and see if they help your mental state.


"Tap into the world's largest network of licensed, accredited, and experienced counselors who can help you with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, grief, and more. With our counselors, you get the same professionalism and quality you would expect from an in-office counselor, but with the ability to communicate when and how you want.


"Talkspace is the most convenient and affordable way to improve your mental health. Get matched with a licensed therapist in your state from the comfort of your device, and message via text, audio and video."


"When dealing with life’s struggles, it helps to have someone to talk to. Whether it’s stress, anxiety, depression or sudden loss, we can help. Speak with a licensed therapist from the privacy and comfort of your own home. Don’t go it alone, MDLIVE is here for you!"

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