PLANO, TX – December 12th, 2017 – Therapy Hive, “a brand new, collaborative website for mental health practitioners, therapy, and medical providers”, is changing the way therapy providers exchange resources, and has recently celebrated its launch on the World Wide Web.
Created by Rachel Oppenheimer, Psy.D, Therapy Hive aims to eliminate the confines associated with private practice, which traditionally restricts access to consultation and collaboration between mental health professionals, and to useful resources that promote individual and professional development.
The website provides mental health professionals with the opportunity to connect within the Therapy Hive community, seek ethical and professional feedback and mentorship, and chat will fellow professionals on job- and ethics-related matters. What’s more, Therapy Hive acts as an online directory where potential clients can look for mental health services, searching either by service category – therapy, evaluations, medication management, groups, and more – or by their condition, such as anxiety, depression, developmental disorders, and interpersonal relationships, and more.
“Our website is a thriving community, comprised of professionals working in the mental health field, who are looking to attract new clients, connect with fellow specialists, and experience personal growth,” said Therapy Hive’s administrative team.
“We provide an affordable monthly subscription program, which offers Therapy Hive members full access to all website features, as well as educational opportunities that carry credits towards continuing professional development certification. Our community is growing with each passing day, and we are pleased to welcome like-minded individuals, who make their own contributions to the ongoing conversation surrounding the status of mental health treatments in the nation.”
Mental health providers can benefit from an exclusive, individual 90-day free trial package, whose features include, but are not limited to, up to five provider listings; a photo gallery; access to Therapy Hive’s discussion board; an event calendar, and more.
Providers can register for their very own Therapy Hive account by filling in the subscription form found on the website’s dedicated account creation page.
To learn more about Therapy Hive, please visit: www.therapyhive.com