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Someone that needs online counsel, can they get services free? reply [email masked]
Posted By : Internet Date: 27 JUN 2016

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Hi. I don't know anywhere you can get free therapy. But it's definitely less expensive on line. Not to mention you can do it on your time and not have the hassle of appointments and all the waiting and paperwork. I'd love to help

Response By: Michele Graffam Date: 11 JUL 2016

Thank you for contacting the proventherapy team with your need for professional help. Please note you also have an option of selecting one week unlimited email sessions for $45 only. You can select the counsellor of your choice from the list of professionals on this domain. 
With good wishes
Response By: Dr. Joseph George Date: 28 JUN 2016

Normally when you are online seeking therapy, we will see where there are some free time you may have
in the beginning of your interaction with therapist. However, after the initial email service, you are going
to be charge a fee based on the experience level of the therapist and time that they are taking to ensure
meaningful delivery of service to you. You are free to examine your payment options as you will find that
our professional fees are reasonable.  We are all here to help the client reach their goals of success and
yes in the process a part of this is getting paid for services.  From me to you: Your primary goal may be
to really examine which therapist is suitable for you and begin utilizing every moment you can to get
the most out of your experience with the right one for you.  Establishing that  initial rapport with the
therapist is number 1. Once you have done this, your therapist can work with you on any concerns
you may have- including those financial ones.  Thank you!
Response By: Natasha Smith, MA, LCPC Date: 28 JUN 2016

Dear client,

Knowing  well that the services are charged a reasonable and standard fee by the professionals, I just offer a single email service for the initial process and guidance to attend  your problem. You shall use this opportunity. Thank you.


Response By: Jamal Hassan Date: 27 JUN 2016

You could look into bartering or exchange of services as an option in some locations. As with any professional service there may be schools or training facilities where reduced or free services are provided. However most professional services whether medical or automotive require years of schooling and training which then allows a person to practice as a professional and thereby make a living and support themselves and their family. As much as we all help others whenever we can we must also apply our training and skills like everyone else to make a living which necessitates charging for our services.
Response By: Eric Holmes Date: 27 JUN 2016