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As humans, we tend to face challenging situations from time to time; it's a part of life. And even if you have successfully overcome these situations, at a certain point, talking to a therapist could provide you with additional support to sail through those situations. Talking to a mental health professional is something you can be proud about.

First and foremost, pat yourself on the back for taking this step! The first session with your therapist is all about building trust and creating a safe space for communication; the best way to prepare for that is to focus on the fact that your therapist is there to help you and be on your side! Keep in mind that this is the first of many sessions which will likely revolve around understanding your problems better and aid in establishing a goal-based plan for the future.

The process is simple! Go to the "Therapists" page and browse through the various therapist profiles available. Select the therapist that suits your needs best by using the filters available and click on book a session, then choose your preferred date and time and make the payment, and then you’re all set for your first session!

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Absolutely! Everything discussed during the session is highly confidential, and apart from you and the therapist, nobody would have access to the information or topics discussed.

A therapist's goal is to help their patients make their own decisions after understanding and clarifying their feelings and emotions. A therapist is there to listen to you and help guide you to get a clearer mind and perspective through listening and talking.

Although both can are deemed as doctors, there is an essential difference between psychologists and psychiatrists. For any emotional troubles such as depression, anxiety and stress, you would most likely be referred to a psychologist who would use talk therapy or any other forms of non-medicinal treatments to deal with the problems. On the other hand, a psychiatrist works more in the medical field dealing with issues such as PTSD, psychological issues, etc., and can prescribe medication to their patients. Often, psychologists and psychiatrists work in tandem because both are necessary for different aspects of mental health progress.

Therapy is like any other form of treatment you seek; if you are open and honest during its process, it is bound to teach you something valuable. However, to be completely honest, just therapy works for some people, but others also require more help, so you have to give it a fair chance and, with an open mind, see if it works for you or not. Still, regardless of your decision, we will be with you every step of the way!

Mental wellness is a continuous commitment and work that you have to put in to see a change. You would need guided support throughout your therapy period. Each person requires a different number of sessions based on the challenges they are undergoing. Your therapist will suggest how many sessions they think you will need to address the challenges you are facing. So accordingly you can book a package which will save you some time instead of booking a session one at a time.

The subscription model of therapy is essentially for those who would need it on a more frequent basis. In this model, you can choose a subscription period, and for the said period, you can take up any number of sessions with a daily cap of 60 minutes. You will also be provided with an unlimited chat option with the therapist during your subscription period.

Yes! You can cancel or reschedule your sessions up to 5 hours before the scheduled session. To cancel or reschedule your session, just sign in to your account, go to my bookings and click on cancel/reschedule to make the necessary changes! Last-minute changes would count as one session as the therapist's time would be lost.

However, if you have subscribed to any subscription plan, the subscription plan cannot be cancelled.

The first session is for 60 minutes, and the subsequent sessions are for 45 minutes each. However, these timings are subjective to how a session goes on, and the therapist will allow for few extra minutes if the need arises.

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