Online Therapy Missouri

Meet with a licensed Missouri therapist online to get virtual support for anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. You can meet with a Missouri online therapist for $169 per session. Book a free 15-minute consultation or start your first therapy session today.

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Meet with a licensed Missouri therapist online to get virtual support for anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. You can meet with a Missouri online therapist for $169 per session. Book a free 15-minute consultation or start your first therapy session today.

Online therapy that fits into your schedule — on web or mobile from the privacy of your device

95% of therapy patients recommend PlushCare to friends or family

Save time and money while receiving high-quality online therapy care and support

Licensed therapists available nationwide

* Prescriptions provided at doctor’s discretion.

See an online therapist in three simple steps

Step 1

Find your online therapist.

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

Step 2

Book an online therapy appointment.

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

Step 3

Talk to your therapist online.

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

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How Does Online Therapy in Missouri Work?

Online therapy is an effective way to connect with your therapist. Instead of traditional in-person therapy, online therapy with PlushCare allows you to talk to a therapist from the comfort of your home. Each virtual therapy session is 45 minutes long. Your therapist will get to know you, support you through the challenges you are going through, and provide you with practical coping mechanisms. Each session is fully secure and confidential.

Meet Jeanette Love, Missouri Licensed Therapist

Jeanette Love holds a Master’s degree in counseling from California State University Northridge. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) and Substance Abuse Progressional (SAP). She has extensive experience in a variety of clinical settings, including inpatient acute care, residential treatment, locked psychiatric units, and outpatient treatment settings.  

Jeanette is widely recognized as an expert trainer in a variety of mental health areas, including stress management and substance abuse, as well as in a variety of wellness topics. Jeanette’s treatment philosophy supports symptom reduction and crisis resolution within a brief therapy model. She strives to provide the most effective clinical services in the least restrictive setting. The goal is to restore her clients to their highest possible level of functioning within the shortest period of time.

Meet Charmaine Mattocks, Missouri Licensed Therapist

Charmaine Mattocks has both a Bachelors’s degree and Masters’s degree in Social Work and has been working in the field for over 17 years. She has a vast knowledge base due to her various job experiences such as working as a Forensic Social Worker, Homeless Family Advocate, Social Service Liaison in the school system, Military Family Life Counselor, and owning her own counseling and consulting business. Charmaine’s Specialties include: Anxiety ~ Depression ~ Managing Life Transitions ~ Retired and Active Duty Military Members ~ Life Stressors and Adjustments ~ DSM V Confirmed Diagnosis  

Charmaine is a very unique therapist that uses engagement, empathy, and rapport building to connect with her clients from the very start. This usually translates into a therapeutic connection with clients that helps to create an environment of trust and alliance. Charmaine will then help you to understand how your thoughts affect your feelings and your feelings lead to your behaviors in order to challenge any negative patterns that may arise. The goal is to help each client to achieve their own level of homeostasis and further growth into self-actualization.

Meet Lisa Driver, Missouri Licensed Therapist

Lisa Driver is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned her Master of Social Work degree, specializing in Mental Health, from East Carolina University in 1999. She has worked in many settings with individuals and families who have a variety of personal issues. Depression/anxiety, stress, family problems, trauma/abuse, PTSD traumas, and relationships/parenting are some of the therapeutic challenges she has addressed with her clients.  

Over the past 25 years in the mental health field and as a clinician, her experience has taught her that the most important aspect of counseling is the connection and comfort you feel with the person you choose to share your personal struggles. Her belief is that through challenging experiences, growth happens by an increase of our self-awareness. She looks forward to working with you!

Meet Marina Tonkonogy, Missouri Licensed Therapist

Marina is a California licensed psychotherapist. She finished her graduate program in psychology at Phillips Graduate Institute, Encino. She also received a certification in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the New Center for Psychoanalysis, West Los Angeles. Throughout her professional career, she has worked with people from diverse backgrounds and with various types of problems.  

Marina approaches her work with clients from a humanistic, client-centered perspective, which puts a client in the driver’s seat and empowers them to take control of their life. Marina believes it is possible to improve mental health through attending to old emotional wounds that have been neglected for a long time.   For Marina, the road to mental health doesn’t have to be just about overcoming emotional pain, but it could also be an exciting journey of personal development and fulfillment.

Meet Nick Harper, Missouri Licensed Therapist

Nick holds a Master’s Degree in Social work from Columbia University, has been licensed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor since 2016, and has been practicing in the mental health field since 2010. He works with a wide variety of populations including LGBTQ+ individuals, individuals living with HIV, individuals challenged with substance use, couples, and those interested in alternative styles of relationships. He also has treated a variety of mental health needs including anxiety, depression, work stress, low self-esteem, trauma, ADHD, and adjustments/transitions in life. Nick is a member of the LGBTQ community and provides a safe space for other individuals also identifying within this community. He strives to create an open, safe, and positive experience with each of his clients and will collaborate with you to help improve your quality of life and reach your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is online therapy legal?

    Yes, online therapy with PlushCare is legal. All of our therapists are licensed to practice therapy. To practice therapy in Missouri, a therapist has to be licensed in Missouri. PlushCare provides a HIPAA-compliant video conferencing platform, keeping your information private and safe.

  • How much does online therapy cost in Missouri?

    At PlushCare, each individual session with an online therapist is $169. To book a free 15-minute consultation, click here.

  • Is online therapy worth it?

    Yes, online therapy is worth it for many people. Online therapy can be the most effective, convenient, and affordable way for many people to get therapy, and for some, online therapy is the only kind of therapy they have access to. Numerous studies have found that online therapy can be just as effective as traditional in-person therapy.

  • What can I expect from online therapy at Plushcare?

    Online therapy with PlushCare offers safe, high-quality support from professional therapists licensed in your state. At first, you will get to know your therapist, and through your sessions, your therapist may help you:

    • Reduce symptoms of struggles such as anxiety and depression 

    • Manage stress better 

    • Feel happier, more confident, and more present 

    • Improve self-esteem 

    • Be equipped with coping mechanisms and personalized strategies for improvement

  • Who Is PlushCare’s online therapy for?

    Anyone over 18 who is looking for support. Most people can significantly benefit from online therapy; however, online therapy is not the best option for some people. Someone with a serious mental illness, clinical conditions, psychiatric disorders, or thoughts of suicide requires in-person therapy.

  • What can an online therapist treat?

    An online therapist can treat a variety of mental health conditions. Some examples of common concerns that PlushCare online therapists will help clients with include: 

    • Depression

    • Anxiety

    • Stress

    • Grief 

    • Relationships 

    • Life transitions

    • Concerns due to COVID-19

Over 550,000 patients cared for.