Are you unable to control your irrational fears and ignore disturbing thoughts? Do you feel that you become a slave to your compulsions? Learn coping skills to change the way you think and behave! Begin your path to a happy and emotionally healthy life!
You don’t have to live with obsessive worries that make you feel very anxious and stressed. Treatment is available, and talk therapy is often the most effective option because it treats more than just the symptoms of your problems. Psychotherapy gives you effective tools to break your obsessions, learn to separate your anxiety from having to do your rituals, and teaches you how to use them. Online therapy for OCD is an accessible and affordable option that allows you to talk with your therapist in the safety of your own home or any other place that fits you.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is the gold standard for treating OCD. It focuses on identifying negative thought patterns and emphasizes the importance of the person making behavioral changes and working on specific tasks between sessions to produce this change. According to a study, internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be as effective as conventional CBT.
If you’ve been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, you don’t have to let it control your life. Online counseling gives you an opportunity to talk about what you’re going through in a safe, non-judgmental space from the comfort of your own home. Our licensed counselors are always ready to help. They will meet with you on your terms and provide you with the support and tools you need to make a positive change.
Therapy can help you
Answer a few questions to get started. Be confident when sharing your thoughts and worries.
Pick the subscription plan that’s best for your lifestyle and budget. Get matched with a therapist who fits you.
Chat with your therapist privately or have live video sessions. Build a life with greater meaning.
At Calmerry, we are on a mission to make therapy affordable and accessible to anyone. We are nurturing your mental health through confidential one-on-one text and video sessions.
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Calmerry is a place where you can get help from a licensed counselor at affordable prices. Here at Calmerry, we believe that mental help must be accessible, not a luxury, as everyone deserves a healthier life.
Calmerry only works with licensed, verified counselors that specialize in a variety of mental health issues. We believe that taking care of your mental health can help you make healthy lifestyle choices and live a happy, fulfilling life. Therefore, our professional counselors will help you with getting the life that you want back on track.
Text Therapy. You have access to your virtual therapy room 24/7 and can leave a message to your counselor at any time. Text therapy involves asynchronous communication, so we don’t guarantee that you will get instant responses from your counselor. However, you can expect that your counselor will respond to your messages 1-2 times a day during their working days.
Video Therapy. You can schedule a session with a therapist using secure therapy space with a video chat room. Live video therapy sessions are held in real time and feel more personal than text-based online therapy. Multiple studies have found that live video therapy has the same effect as face-to-face sessions.
Calmerry is a subscription-based service. Currently, we offer weekly and monthly subscription plans, and the prices start as low as $50 a week. As long as you use our platform, all our subscription fees are automatically charged every month (except our weekly package).
At Calmerry, you will only be matched with a vetted, licensed therapist from your state.
Our therapists are trained, licensed, and experienced clinical psychologists, marriage and family therapists (LMFT), clinical social workers (LCSW/LMSW), or licensed professional counselors (LPC). All of them have a master’s or a doctorate degree in their field.
They have been qualified and certified by their state’s professional board after completing the necessary education, exams, training, and practice.
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