Everyone has moments in their lives when they struggle. Some people struggles may extend a number of years and for a number of different reasons.
Online PR News – 20-September-2012 –Everyone has moments in their lives when they struggle. Some people struggles may extend a number of years and for a number of different reasons. Thankfully, when people have trouble working through the troubles in their lives themselves there are always places to go to get the therapy needed to overcome plaguing problems.
Gideon Kimbrell is aware that people struggle with a number of problems in their personal lives that they may not always share with family or friends but may feel more comfortable sharing online in an anonymous environment online. One of the benefits that online communication provides is the feeling and comfort of anonymity so Gideon Kimbrell took that sense and took it one step farther; Gideon Kimbrell founded mytherapycouch.com.
Through mytherapycouch.com people can get counseling online through three different modes of counseling. There is a free online forum, private support groups, and then direct counseling. What makes Gideon Kimbrellís creation of mytherapycouch.com different from other social networking sites is that there is a professional medical backbone to the site. Gideon Kimbrellís creation is a member of the International Society for Mental Health Online. And the website is also administered by mental health professionals as well as IT professionals.
Some of the support groups that can be found on the site include groups for people who have experienced the trauma of having been wrongfully arrested. No doubt being arrested can be a blow in anyoneís life but it can be even more devastating when that person is innocent. Other support groups include people who have relationship problems and need relationship counseling. There are a number of support groups on the website and Gideon Kimbrell knows that people can take comfort knowing they can share anonymously
For questions his work and creation of mytherapycouch.com, or questions pertaining to the site and its purpose, direct them to: 401 E Las Olas Blvd Suite 130-417 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 or call (888) 705-7714