Talkspace: How Oren Frank And His Wife Are Healing The World

Oren Frank has found a way to help millions of people get the therapy that they need with Talkspace. Anyone with an internet connection can connect.

Talkspace is an online platform that provides therapy to millions of people around the world. Mental health has been in global decline, and Oren Frank and his wife Roni are doing something about it. The couple sought our marriage counseling early in their marriage and saw how wonderfully it worked. Seeing how well therapy helped them, they decided to dedicate their lives to helping others obtain the same benefits. They are accomplishing this with Talkspace, which they cofounded together in 2012. For more information about  Oren Frank, visit his crunchbase profile.

Oren Frank is the CEO of the platform, which he started with his wife. She is just as dedicated to the cause as he is. She changed her career from software development to psychology. With the couples backgrounds and experience combined, Talkspace became a wonderful solution for many who for whatever reason were unable to seek conventional, in person therapy. Talkspace connects real people from everyday life with real, licensed therapists who are their to help. It bridges a huge gap that at one time caused so many to go without access to such helpful, potentially life changing services.

Around the world, mental illnesses such as depression and bipolar disorder, to name a few, have been on the rise. With such challenges increasing, the world failed to increase its fortitude in meeting the challenge. With so much nee technology and means of connecting today, the world was waiting for pioneers like Oren and Roni Frank.

Before founding Talkspace together, Oren Frank worked in Marketing and Advertising. His wife Roni was a software developer. Oren believed that their work with Talkspace has let him redeem himself for his time working in advertising.

There is a lot to life, and our societies are built in such a way that we tend to live high stress lives. It doesn’t have to be this way, but until we learn a better way to structure human civilization, we will need to cope with mental illness. We will need to keep adapting our methods as we unlock greater technological accomplishments.

This is exactly what Oren Frank is doing with Talkspace.

Reference: https://www.bloomberg.com/profile/person/20333655