Better Help Houston Texas Review

First of all, they remove all the critical comments and ban you from commenting on their Facebook page after a negative review. So, the free week is not free. Once you decide to sign up with the service it becomes a part of the first month and you are charged for it. And you do not have a choice but to sign up, because 1) questionnaire has a question about depression designed “to match you to a right counselor””

the ads are targeting the depressed people

you are depressed and looking for “”better help”” 2) the coinselor responds by the end of a trial week. Now

after you sign up and start communication

it will take up to three days to the advisor to reply. You will be sent a slightly personalized template which has very little to do with your issue. When you mention you are depressed you will instantly be referred to “”your doctor”” As they won’t deal with your depression even if you are not suicidal. I changed the advisors 3 times

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