“Grow Therapy” Now Available in Nevada as an Online Mental Health Resource
By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, December 9, 2022 5:42 am
RENO, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – In Nevada, a web-based mental health resource goes live on Friday. “Grow Therapy” is a mental health organization that aspires to bring innovation to a high-demand market.
They hope to bridge the gap between therapists and people in need of mental health treatment. A client is given a personalized match to a therapist in our area via their website. The majority of major commercial insurance policies are approved. In the coming year, “Grow Therapy” hopes to expand to Medicare and Medicaid.
This current behavioral health approach enables therapists to create their own insurance-accepting practice, allowing consumers to discover low-cost mental health specialists.
Jake Cooper, CEO and Co-Founder of “Grow Therapy,” explained why having such a resource in Nevada is critical.
“We felt like we had a big opportunity to make a difference in the state, which unfortunately has the most limited mental health access relative to need particularly with kids and teenagers. In terms of this launch, any Nevadan can go to growtherapy.com, select their state, their preference, and immediately match with an in-network therapist,’ Cooper said.
Grow Therapy will be hiring more professionals to assist our community in the future year. Therapists who want to start their own private practice can apply online.
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