Talkspace was founded in June 2012 with the primary goal of making behavioral therapy accessible, more available and less stigmatic than ever before. Talkspace is now an industry leader in online therapy and emotional wellness. Talkspace works closely with some of the world’s largest organizations who want to provide best in class benefits and who recognize the impact of providing confidential, convenient access to behavioral healthcare on productivity and total medical cost. Talkspace online therapy is a HIPAA certified platform with a national, credentialed network of licensed providers trained to use the platform as their “Digital Therapy Office.” The platform is equipped with tools for training, education, client progress tracking, extensive data science research tools for better diagnosis and client progress; data storage of consent, emergency information and clinical progress notes. Clients can even get psychiatry services via the Talkspace platform. New in 2020, Talkspace Digital EAP leverages Talkspace’s market leading unlimited messaging therapy services and provides the core EAP services – financial wellness, legal advice, work-life planning, manager resources, and emergency/crisis support – wrapped in an easily accessible digital portal for employees and managers alike.
"• Behavioral Therapy - Talkspace is evidence-based therapy with a master’s level (or higher) licensed clinician, as opposed to other life coaching or self-help solutions, and our therapists work with a wide range of common and uncommon emotional and behavioral issues, delivering clinical outcomes through industry standard assessment scales. • Network - With over 5,000 licensed, credentialed, experienced professionals, Talkspace has the scale and diversity to work with large global organizations with a core focus on the highest level of clinical quality. Therapists receive intense onboarding training and continuous ongoing support and education. • Algorithmic Matching Process - Our unique Quick Match™ assessment and Proprietary Algorithm connect users to the therapist most likely to deliver the best clinical outcome based on client characteristics, condition, therapist outcomes and availability; allowing the user to choose their preferred therapist in under 10 minutes, • Convenience - Due to the asynchronous messaging approach via the Talkspace platform, clients can use the service, anytime and anywhere they wish, and engage with their therapist on a daily basis • Accessibility - When a new client decides to start therapy, they are generally able to start the same day compared to waiting weeks for face-to-face counseling.Get More Info
Carlo 2019 Talkspace usage.pdf
Talkspace Fast Facts_Aug 2019 one pager.pdf
The Effect of Messaging Therapy for Depression and Anxiety on Employee Productivity.pdf
A Study of Asynchronous Text Psychotherapy.pdf
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