With the issue of mental health illnesses on the rise people need a place to be able to go and talk with no judgement. Somewhere that they feel safe. Something that is affordable. Being able to afford help is a lot of reason why people do not seek out help for their mental health. Talkspace offers all of this. Talkspace is a therapy service delivered through video chat. Talkspace is still growing, and was recently taken on by UnitedHealth.
Talkspace offers therapy services for $79 if you choose to talk to a therapist online weekly, or for $49 if you choose to message with a mental health specialist. The Talkspace business is already making millions for their services. Talkspace is trying to expand itself so that the professionals that work for them can even prescribe medications when needed. Check out talkspace .com to learn more about Oren Frank’s presentation.
More and more employers are taking a deeper look into mental health. There is a growing trend that mental health issues may be affecting an employees productivity. Some companies have been joining Talkspace to allow their employees someone to talk to. Talkspace had a rough few first couple of months, but now they are growing largely. Users are starting to use the company more, and are paying for months in advance.
The important think that Oren Frank wanted when he helped to co-found Talkspace is for people to have a safe, affordable place to go if they needed help. This also allows patients the ability to talk to someone without having to face any embarrassment of being face to face with a therapist. More people will seek out help this way because they can do it through a chat system. Talkspace is a great thing. It is already growing its success very well, and will greatly help out people with mental health issues.
Check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsAGyLEq6OM
Micheal Phelps has announced that he plans to join Talkspace as a partner with the aim of promoting and improving the app to provide quality mental services to its users. This partnership will be featured on national TV campaign where Phelps will have an opportunity to shed light on issues of mental challenge through his personal experiences as a way of supporting others who are suffering from the condition. It is projected that he will be able to explain the unique benefits of the Talkspace app, corresponding digital assets will support this campaign.
Throughout his career, Micheal Phelps struggled with depression and anxiety, and it was difficult for him to find help. As soon as he started using Talkspace, he started opening up and talking about his issues openly, at this point he felt the strength and not vulnerable. The platform allowed him to talk with a therapist via text, web, and video, which was an amazing experience for him. He plans to help others get empowered by showing them that help is easier to access and is more affordable right now. The announcement marks the commitment between the star and the firm in a bid to fight stigma. Learn more about talkspace at crunchbase.com
Services Offered by Talkspace
Talkspace’s CEO, Oren Frank, has announced that he is pleased to have Michael join the platform. He says that Michael’s deep knowledge of mental health advocacy and his commitment to data-driven improvement in the platform will be of high benefit to the organization. The app allows users to send their therapist’s message over different social media platforms, with privacy through encryption of messages. All clinics and medical practitioners on the platform are highly vetted so that clients get the best service. Moreover, most of them are from the top universities in the country. Visit: http://www.iamtrillyoga.com/blog-posts/2018/2/13/-talkspace-was-there-when-i-needed-them
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is an emergency medical doctor in Tallahassee Florida. Dr. Forsthoefel attended and graduated with honors from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He also completed his residency at Louisiana State University. He graduated in 2012 and has been practicing for 6 years.
Dr. Forsthoefel is affiliated with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare located at 1300 Miccosukee Road in Tallahassee, Florida. Dr. Forsthoefel is 1 of 26 doctors practicing emergency medicine at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. His office is located at 1309 Thomasville road in Tallahassee. His office hours are Monday through Friday, opening at 8am and closing at 5pm. His office is closed Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Forsthoefel accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Medicare and First Health. His practice supports English and Spanish languages. He is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, he has his Louisiana State Medical License and his Florida Medical License. Dr. Forsthoefel is accepting new patients at this time.
An emergency room medical doctors job is to rapidly diagnose, treat and decide what the next steps are for patients who find themselves in the emergency room. Emergency room doctors need to establish if an illness or injury is life threatening, in a very short time frame. Dr. Forsthoefel spends the majority of his time in the emergency room of the hospital and oversees medical cases that involve trauma, lacerations, cardiac distress and fractures among other acute conditions.
The 2014 Medicare Physician Other Supplier National Provider Identifier report shows that while he treats patients of all ages, the majority of Dr. Forsthoefel’s patients are over the age of 70 years. He is said to have an easy bedside manner, he takes the time to answer patient questions and explains conditions and treatments. Dr Forsthoefel extends follow up care as well.
Shafik Sachedina is the comprehensive principal for Jamati Institutions which were initiated and set afloat by His Highness, Aga Khan. The role of Mr Sachedina is only to synchronise the work as well as duties of the various sectors and departments who have heads that work and report to him. His role and position is not constitutional and does not follow any said laws of the constitution of the institutions. It is factual to say the department bosses are in full accountability of the work and actions that are being done in their sectors. These duties are directly reported to the Imam of the institutions.
The sixty-eight-year-old was born and raised in the East-African nation of Tanzania. He pursued a degree in Medicine from the school of medicine in the University of London. He finished his degree in 1975 graduating from the university and was a certified dental clinician. It is a point to factually note that he also got citizenship in Britain during his time at the University. Shafik Sachedina can be accessed from his office at the Aga Khan Secretariat that is located in AIglemont city in France.
The duties of Shafik Sachedina in Jamati Institution involve the managing and coordinating of tasks that follow those of the Institute of Ismaili that is located in London. These tasks are done in 16 distinct centres that also have the institute branches. His other responsibilities involve the unionization of Jamati Institution and the programs handled by the Aga Khan Development Network. The mission incorporated by the Institute of Ismaili Studies is to promote and reveal the understanding of both historical as well as contemporary ways of the Muslim society. He also has other roles such as the chairman for FOCUS Humanitarian Assistance International Coordinating among others.
Mr Sachedina co-chairs with Shiraz Boghani, having done it for two decades, in the governing board of Sussex Healthcare that has its clinics located in South Coast area of England. The clinic provides specialised services towards the much elderly residents and adults who have special needs. The clinic was started about 33 years ago. Go Here for additional information.
Shafik Sachedina has additional duties that include making occasional trips to other countries to foster the objectives and mission of the Ismaili Institute. Shafik Sachedina represents His Highness Aga Khan IV in these ventures evident in his trip to the Russian nation to visit the deputy minister for foreign affairs called Mikhael Bogdanov. He applauded the country for the role of removing extremist factions.