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Frequently Asked Questions

TeenCounseling is an online platform where teens from ages 13-19 can get help from a licensed therapist online. makes affordable, discreet, professional therapy available through a computer, tablet, or smartphone. All teens can benefit from having a professional therapist at their fingertips to discuss issues such as coping skills, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, depression, bullying, anger, eating disorders or any other mental challenges.
If you are between the ages of 13-19, and would like to be able to talk to a therapist about your issues, may be right for you! Therapists can help you to learn coping skills, feel happier, achieve important goals, do better in school, or improve relationships. is not the right solution for you if any of the following is true:
  • You are in an urgent crisis or an emergency situation
  • You were required to undergo therapy either by a court order or by any other authority
  • You do not have a device that can connect to the Internet or you do not have a reliable Internet connection
The cost of therapy through TeenCounseling ranges from $60 to $90 per week depending on your plan for unlimited access to your therapist. Your parent is responsible for payment. The subscription can be cancelled at any time, for any reason.
You can talk to your therapist about anything, but there are a few things that they would be required to share with either your parents or other adults. If you share any of the following issues with your therapist, they would have to break confidentiality for your protection or the protection of others:
  • If you are seriously contemplating severely harming yourself or someone else.
  • If you share with your therapist that you are being abused or neglected, or know of another individual under 18 who is being abused or neglected.
  • If you share with your therapist that you know of an elderly person who is being abused or neglected.
Please consult with your therapist early on about what kind of information and updates your parent(s) may get regarding your work with the therapist.
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