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Digital Therapy and the Future of Mental Health in our Society
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Mental health issues are more common and complicated than we think. And still the stigma and access to the high-quality mental health are the main reasons for the people in need to not look after for help.

Look at the to this letter of Maggie to Atlantic magazine:

“My boyfriend and I are in our early 20s, and we recently moved in together after being in a long-distance relationship for four years. I’ve always known that he battles depression. I can’t push him for information or try to get him to help me with something around the house. I can barely get a normal conversation. I feel so alone.”

Accessing high-quality mental health at the comfort of home is possible today, and fortunately, many of these digital therapies are covered by insurance these days. So we should advocate more providers to offer these online digital therapy options to their clients and educate the public about this new affordable, accessible mental health services.

If you are interested to know how OPTT can enable mental health providers to offer online services without massive technology implementation costs, book a demo. We will show you how with the help of our platform and use of our exclusive Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) modules we reduce the time of 60 minutes live session to a 15 minutes digital one.

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