New mental health care app LARKR today announced that its mobile platform will now make it possible for clinicians and other mental health providers to privately support their existing clients through the smartphone app. This new feature will provide an unparalleled continuity of care for those who frequently travel, students who move throughout the year, and others who are unable to attend regular in-office appointments, but want to continue seeing their preferred provider.
This addition will make it easier to schedule appointments and provide clinicians with increased access to their current clients privately, without having to release their clients’ profiles to other therapists or mental health care providers. Therapists who add clients onto the app will also be able to set their own price point for therapy sessions.
LARKR is also introducing a new feature today that provides users with discounts toward their therapy sessions for inviting friends to join the network. The app has also added three new meditation tracks, specifically tailored to suit men, women and teenagers respectively.
“We take all feedback from both clients and therapists very seriously since we want to provide the best mental health experience possible. These latest offerings and capabilities are in direct response to what have been requested,” said Shawn Kernes, CEO and co-founder of LARKR. “Mental health care is a serious issue, but we want to make the process as simple and comforting as possible for everyone involved.”
Mental health providers looking to add existing clients to LARKR are able to do so once they’ve been verified and approved to use the platform. To begin this process, providers should register as a therapist through the app.
Users looking to refer friends can do so by clicking the “Send Invites” icon on the home screen. Referral credit will be received when a new friend who joins LARKR complete their first therapy session.
LARKR is a groundbreaking new start-up poised to revolutionize mental health care in America by eliminating the barriers that keep approximately 60% of Americans from receiving the help they need. LARKR provides on-demand talk therapy with licensed practitioners through an easy-to-use video platform, widening the reach of mental health care. Through LARKR, patients can arrange multi-user conferences to accommodate group therapy sessions. Additional mindfulness and self-care features of the app include guided meditations – Therapy Corner, a mood tracker – My Story, and a daily good deed challenge – Be The Change.
For more information, visit http://www.larkr.com