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Online therapy and psychotherapy subscription

Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May), therapy platform UK Therapy Guide launches a monthly therapy subscription service, offering private mental wellbeing support at a more accessible cost. 
 
The launch addresses the increased demand for top-quality  online therapy as the pandemic continues to have a significant impact on mental health. 
 
The new service adds to the platform’s launch of half-price therapy for NHS and care home workers in 2020, where it responded to the need for supplementary support for workers on the frontline of the pandemic.
 
The two monthly service options provide access to highly qualified and professionally accredited therapists, psychotherapists and counsellors across the UK. The low-cost subscription service costs £89 for four sets of thirty-minute online sessions - similar to the cost of many single therapy sessions. For £99, clients will receive hour-long sessions every other week. 
 Online therapy
Will Hargreaves, CEO of UK Therapy Guide says: “The impact of COVID-19 on the medical community’s wellbeing has been huge - reports suggest almost 60% of frontline healthcare workers experienced a mental health disorder in the first lockdown. 
 
“Our monthly subscription model responds to the clear need for support from qualified, verified and ethical therapists at an affordable cost. We want to help the people who have given so much over the last 15 months.”
 
Floss Knight, Founding Director of UK Therapy Guide and psychotherapist says: “The last year has forced healthcare workers to adapt to the unthinkable - but there are limits to what people can cope with alone. One in four of us experiences poor mental health, and as a psychotherapist, I know that just 30 minutes once a week can have a hugely powerful impact on how someone feels.”
 
The subscription model therapy is available by video call or phone to people living in the UK and British expatriates. 
 
For more information, please visit: https://store.uktherapyguide.com/