Online Therapy Massachusetts

Make an online appointment today with PlushCare to meet with a Massachusetts licensed therapist online. Our compassionate therapists are highly trained to provide counseling for depression, anxiety, stress, grief, life transitions, and loss. In the Bay State, a session to meet with a Massachusetts online therapist costs $169 per session.

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Find your online therapist.

Browse our network of top therapists to find one that matches your needs.

Step 2

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Get private and secure emotional support weekly from your dedicated therapist.

Step 3

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Visit with a licensed online therapist on your smartphone or computer.

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How Does Online Therapy in Massachusetts Work?

Instead of spending time commuting and waiting in the therapist’s office, you can choose the convenience of PlushCare's online therapy program, where you can join an online talk therapy session with a Massachusetts licensed therapist in the comfort of your own home.

During a Massachusetts online counseling and therapy session, a therapist will interact with you remotely on the phone or through video chat and provide counseling. Each online therapy session at PlushCare is 45 minutes long.

Meet Rebecca Bal, Massachusetts Licensed Therapist

Rebecca Bal has a Bachelor’s in American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary. She has extensive experience with complex trauma, depression, anxiety and relational challenges. She has worked in school-based, community-based and clinic settings ranging from elementary aged children to older adults. She is especially passionate about working with youth and young adults from a variety of multi-ethnic backgrounds.  

Rebecca was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and has worked in mental health settings throughout the East Bay. Currently, she resides in Honolulu. Over the last year and half, our world has shifted so significantly and being able to access support remotely and with ease has become a necessity and hopefully makes mental health services that much more accessible for everyone!

Meet Angelique Murguia, Massachusetts Licensed Therapist

Angelique has been a Social Worker for over ten years working with various populations, helping individuals focus on and process life’s trauma. A great part of her career has been spent working with trauma, grief and loss and crisis intervention. Angelique has worked with conditions such as adjustment disorders to those as severe as chronic paranoid schizophrenia. She utilizes psychoanalytic therapy (talk therapy), cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, task centered therapy, crisis intervention, mindfulness therapy and trauma focused therapy. As a Clinician, she guides clients to find their own self respect, self love, acceptance, and tools to cope with the emotions that arise in working out your own mental health journey. She will provide a safe space for you to open up and explore your feelings and empower you to find solutions or acceptance.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does Online Therapy Usually Cost?

    The cost of therapy out-of-pocket can vary depending on the type of therapy, whether the therapist accepts insurance, and your location. At PlushCare, you can speak with a Massachusetts licensed therapist remotely for $169 per session.

  • What Do Therapists Use For Online Therapy?

    With the advancement of technology and the internet in recent years, Massachusetts licensed therapists can connect with their patients remotely and securely through established online therapy platforms. Often, these platforms allow licensed therapists to conduct sessions via multiple functions such as live chats, video conferencing, emails, and messaging.

  • What Can I Do If I Can’t Afford Therapy?

    The cost of therapy depends on the type of therapy, specific therapist, and location. In addition, your condition determines the frequency of the sessions, which can become expensive very quickly if you need to interact with your therapist on a frequent basis to see improvements.

    First, always check to see if your insurance carrier covers therapy. Some other affordable options include community mental health centers and health apps. Finally, online therapy is typically a more affordable option than in-person therapy.

  • Is Online Therapy Legal?

    Yes. Online therapy is legal in Massachusetts. See the Center for Connected Health Policy for more information regarding Massachusetts teletherapy for depression and anxiety.

  • Is Online Therapy Efffective?

    Many have tried online therapy and found the following advantages:

    • Time saved from no longer needing to travel to and wait in the therapist’s office

    • COVID-19 safe due to online sessions at home

    • Money saved through affordable online counseling sessions

    • As effective as in-person sessions

    However, it is worth noting that online therapy may not work for everyone. Some examples include:

    • Those with several or serious mental health conditions

    • Those without access to stable/reliable internet access

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