Calmerry Makes Mental Health Services Accessible To Singles

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Calmerry Makes Online Mental Health Services Accessible to Singles & Couples

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The Short Version: Calmerry is an online therapy hub that connects singles and couples with licensed counselors through text messaging and video chat. The platform provides a personalized therapy plan based on the individual’s mental health needs and goals. Over 98% of surveyed clients said their therapist was a good match for them. Since its launch in 2020, Calmerry has embarked on a mission to democratize mental health by putting high-quality therapy services in people’s hands.

The COVID-19 pandemic sent shockwaves through people’s lives and prompted a mental health crisis around the world. Depression, anxiety, and isolation were running rampant in previously happy and stable homes, and many people didn’t know where to turn for help.

That’s when Calmerry entered the scene with helpful online resources. Calmerry has reached out to people in need of psychological support and provided mental health services that are easily accessible online.

“The main aim of Calmerry is to democratize mental health,” said Dmitry Khlan, Business Management Director. “We are always listening to client feedback and constantly improving the platform to meet their needs and help them overcome life challenges.”

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Calmerry offers a personalized therapy plan to meet individual needs.

Calmerry can foster self-growth, mindfulness, and resiliency in singles and couples of all ages, backgrounds, and gender identities. The platform provides a safe and inclusive place for talking about mental health issues with a trained professional.

The ultimate goal of the treatment plan is to get to the root of a problem and teach coping strategies to help people get to a healthier state of mind.

The Calmerry team makes a it point to offer services that are affordable as well as convenient. The therapy packages start at $41.99 per month, and some promotional deals can cut down the price tag even more.

For instance, the company has offered a weekly free trial throughout the month of May in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month. A new client could use this deal to test out the platform, including participating in a free video consultation, without having to enroll in a monthly payment plan.

A Network of Highly Responsive & Compassionate Therapists

Calmerry runs a beginner-friendly and HIPAA-compliant system that extends an invitation to chat with a therapist anytime they have a question or concern. Thanks to its unlimited texting feature, the program can meet people wherever they are in their life. It is easy to access and non-intimidating for those who have never tried counseling before.

“We believe that there is no sense in pushing someone towards online therapy,” Dmitry said. “But it is important to let them know that there’s always a possibility to talk to someone without having to leave the house and receive a quick response.”

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The therapists provide effective and immediate care through nontraditional text and video sessions.

Calmerry matches its clients with a trained therapist based on an assessment of the client’s personal challenges. For example, a woman who has just lost her husband will be directed to a grief counselor on the platform. The therapist network includes experts in all types of trauma and mental health issues, including depression, anger management, post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, and relationship conflict.

The Calmerry community welcomes a diversity of voices and perspectives in the conversation about how to make good mental health more of a priority. About 50% of its contract workers identify as Black, Indigenous or people of color. However, every professional is hired for his or her qualifications first, and hiring forms do not ask about cultural background or religion.

“I am proud to say that I work at Calmerry because they have a very positive and welcoming culture,” said Roger V. in a testimonial. “They really care about their clients and provide a great service. And they are constantly working on improving their platform.”

When it comes to the Calmerry clientele, it seems that young American women have embraced this high-tech solution for mental health. The median age for a client on the platform is 29. Approximately 75% of clients identify as women, 20% identify as men, and 5% identify as non-binary.

When it comes to relationship status, clients run the gamut — 22% say they are single, 42% are in a relationship, 26% are married, and 10% are divorced or widowed.

Whether it’s a single person coping with grief or a couple struggling with trust issues, clients can rely on Calmerry to provide convenient and immediate access to mental health professionals who specialize in addressing such needs.

A Healing Place to Work Through Relationship Challenges

Calmerry powers a therapy journey that uses text messaging and video chat tools to connect therapists with everyday people. It’s a friendly and helpful platform for individuals who have never been to therapy before and would like to see what it’s all about. Clients can tackle a range of issues one text message or video session at a time.

The relationship therapy service can prompt couples to communicate their thoughts and feelings more clearly and avoid misunderstandings. A licensed counselor can offer strategies for handling disagreements and changing harmful patterns to create a healthier connection. Calmerry will release a couples therapy service later this year to add to its relationship support tools.

The Calmerry service helps people understand the reasons behind the symptoms or consequences of their mental health problems. That way, clients have a chance to do the core work and overcome the pain, trauma, heartbreak, or obstacles holding them back from a happy life.

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The intake survey probes into the issues that a client wants to address through therapy.

Over the last year, the platform has gotten rave reviews from clients who invested in the online therapy process and got great results.

“At Calmerry, I have video sessions with my therapist, and it’s easy to open up and express myself. It’s really changing my life,” said Lisa from Missouri.

“I enjoyed working with my online therapist,” said Elijah, who lives in Delaware. “I learned strategies to better manage my anxiety, anger, and other emotions and move on when I face difficult situations. Now I have the confidence to make changes and feel happier in my relationships.”

According to a survey, about 95% of clients agree that Calmerry services are more convenient than traditional therapy, and 98% said they were satisfied with their assigned therapist.

Calmerry: Personalized Treatment Available 24/7

In 2020, the Calmerry team saw a need for greater access to quality therapy services, and it created a platform where healing and hope would never be out of reach. The therapists provide highly effective and responsive care for individuals who are looking for an alternative to traditional offline therapy.

“We are extremely proud of our product and our counselors,” Dmitry said. “We know that Calmerry helps a lot of people as we frequently receive positive feedback from clients as well as counselors.”

Looking ahead, Calmerry is on a mission to change the way that singles and couples think of therapy and take care of their mental health. This leading self-care app will soon feature mood-tracking tools to encourage clients to check in with themselves on a regular basis. The platform will also add a journaling feature where people can write down their thoughts and feelings to help gain understanding and control over their emotions.

“The new features will allow clients to be more involved in the therapy process and see their progress,” Dmitry told us.

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