The sign-up process…Betterhelp.Com Scandal…
From there, you’ll be asked a series of questions in an intake survey about your gender identity, age, sexual orientation, and relationship status. In detailing your sexual orientation, you are given the alternatives of straight, gay, lesbian, bi/pan, “Choose not to say”, “Questioning”, queer, asexual, “I do not know”, and “Other”.
Interestingly enough, users will find below this question in the type a highlighted fact: “Therapists on the platform have diverse backgrounds. You’ll have the ability to request a Christian therapist if required”. Throughout the consumption survey, if you address that your faith is Christian, you will be asked “Would you like to be matched with a Christian-based therapist?”
If you answer that you identify with a various faith, you won’t get asked if you want to match with a therapist of that faith. I tried answering this concern three times, each time saying I was from a different religion, and never got that very same follow-up.
After the questions about your identity and religious association, you will be asked to finish questions about your psychological health history, such as whether you have actually ever remained in therapy before and what led you to treatment today. Options for what led you to therapy include “I’ve been feeling depressed”, “My mood is hindering my job/school efficiency”, “I am mourning”, and 10 other options. You will be asked what your expectations are from your therapist, such as a therapist who listens, explores your past, teaches your new skills, designates you homework, and more.
The platform will ask you to rank your existing physical health and eating routines from great, fair, and poor.
Then, it will ask you if you are experiencing frustrating unhappiness or anxiety. Following this, there will be a few questions from the Client Health Survey, or the PHQ-9, an evaluation used to evaluate for depression.
If you are presently used as well as how often you drink alcohol, you will be asked. Other screening questions towards the end consist of if you have any problems with intimacy and when the last time you considered suicide was– if ever.