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Before Talkspace’s inception, the Lancet published a study in 2009 that suggested text-based therapy can be effective. The study used a live chat design and found that it could effectively deliver psychotherapy services and lead to more accessible care.Fast forward to 2020 where Talkspace has more than one million users, and mental health continues to play a prominent role in holistic health conversations. With the help of celebrities like Michael Phelps, mental health issues no longer carry the same stigma as years past. Multiple treatment options exist — whether in person or online — powered by more than 577,000 mental health professionals in the U.S. alone.As technology continues to evolve, we look forward to the future of therapy and new possibilities that will ensure all people have access to support that is convenient, affordable, and effective.As a marketing professional and award-winning freelance writer in Minneapolis, Jessica crafts feature stories and blog posts for a variety of online and print publications. She enjoys a strong cup of coffee, the challenge of a blank Word document, and cheering on the Minnesota Twins with her husband, George, and their son, Owen.— PREVIOUS ARTICLWhy We’re Fascinated by Criminal PsychologyNEXT ARTICLE How Effective is Art Therapy?YOU MAY ALSO LIKEwoman of color discussing with man of color while sitting in chairsHow to Find a Therapist with a Similar Cultural BackgroundWritten by

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Helping Others in Ancient TimesThe ancient Greeks were the first to identify mental illness as a medical condition, rather than as a sign of malevolent deities or gods. While their understanding of the nature of the mental illness was not always correct (e.g., they believed that hysteria affected only women, due to a wandering uterus!), and their treatments rather unusual (e.g., bathing for depression, blood-letting for psychosis), they did recognize the treatment value of encouraging and consoling words.With the fall of the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages saw the return of a belief in the supernatural as a cause for mental illness and the use of torture to gain confessions of demonic possession. However, some physicians began to support the use of psychotherapy. Paracelsus (1493-1541) advocated psychotherapy for treatment of the insane.Psychotherapy in the 19th and 20th CenturiesWhile there were scattered references to the value of “talking” in the treatment of emotional problems, the English psychiatrist Walter Cooper Dendy first introduced the term “psycho-therapeia” in 1853. Sigmund Freud developed psychoanalysis around the turn of the century, and made profound contributions to the field with his descriptions of the unconscious, infantile sexuality, the use of dreams, and his model of the human mind.

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