TherapyLiveCare

Our Mission

TherapyLiveCare is a revolutionary behavioral health care delivery system that provides on-demand access to qualified, experienced, therapists and behavioral health professionals. The goal is simple: To connect you with the care you need, whenever you need it. Our services are affordable, accessible, confidential, and available 24/7/365 from the privacy of your own home.

Common conditions we treat:

•    Anxiety
•    Child Behavior Issues
•    Depression
•    Eating Disorders
•    Marital & Relationship Problems
•    Mood Swings
•    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
•    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
•    Stress
•    Sleep Disorders
•    Smoke Addiction
•    Substance Abuse



Activity

  • Renee Ross - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Social Work
    The philospher Barkely stated "Change is a constant" however despite this truism most of us don't like change. In fact, people usually change only when it becomes too uncomfortable to continue what they have  previously done. In other words...what works... doesn't work anymore Read More
  • John Berkowitz - Teaneck, NJ - Social Work
    Self-esteem is a person's core belief about himself or herself. A person's self-esteem is reflected in his or her actions, both in how as well as what he or she does. Although self-esteem varies from time to time, the pattern usually leans toward a healthy or unhealthy view of self. With healthy...Read More
  • John Berkowitz - Teaneck, NJ - Social Work
    Some tips to helping kids get along:
    • Provide support to your child. This may seem easy, but how often do you really listen to your child? Pick up on her social cues by listening to what she says happened on the playground. Support your child’s choice of friends and welcome them to your home.
    ...Read More
  • John Berkowitz - Teaneck, NJ - Social Work
    It's official. Our turkey focus is over. Whether we like it or not, we are thrown full force into all the excitement, craziness, and stress of the holiday season right after turkey day. Holiday mania actually seems to even kick in right after Halloween with all the early bird sales and holiday retail...Read More
  • John Berkowitz - Teaneck, NJ - Social Work
    Stress and depression can ruin your holidays and hurt your health. Being realistic, planning ahead and seeking support can help ward off stress and depression. The holiday season often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression. And it's no wonder. The holidays present a dizzying array of demands —...Read More
  • Marchell Coleman - Austell, GA - Mental Health
    Counseling services can range from short-term solution focus treatment, clients with a specific problem such as improving relationships, stress related issues or lifestyle changes. In some instances clients who seek out counseling services are proactive with an awareness of their presenting concerns....Read More
  • Stephanie Adams - College Station, TX - Social Work
    DEFINITELY! I did. I was home-schooled and not only got into college but into a master's program in counseling after that. The biggest thing to overcome is making sure you have completed the right coursework in high school for the college you are trying to enter. Have your mom check with the local...Read More
  • Richard Walsh - North Miami Beach, FL - Social Work
    Absolutely! This is a major life changer. Often the uncertainty and our own concerns for the health of our baby, the family, and our future will create feelings of being overwhelmed, anxious, irritable, depressed, and other feelings as well. This is part of the normal pregnancy experience, but for...Read More
  • Marchell Coleman - Austell, GA - Mental Health
    Yes, psychotherapy does help in the treatment of alcohol abuse. In general, treatment of this kind can be accomplished in two primary settings, inpatient or outpatient. Psychotherapy will address the mental health aspects of addiction and abuse diagnoses. It is important to note that the long-term success of any...Read More
  • Marchell Coleman - Austell, GA - Mental Health
    Yes, psychotherapy does help in the treatment of alcohol abuse. In general, treatment of this kind can be accomplished in two primary settings, inpatient or outpatient. Psychotherapy will address the mental health aspects of addiction and abuse diagnoses. It is important to note that the long-term success of any...Read More
  • Marchell Coleman - Austell, GA - Mental Health
    Happiness is truly a way to greater life satisfaction and self-acceptance. There are several key indicators that will guide this practice for each individual.  It is also important to be mindful that happiness is not dependent on the opinions of others or how they perceive you.  Once you define what makes you happy, cu...Read More
  • Marchell Coleman - Austell, GA - Mental Health
    Happiness is truly a way to greater life satisfaction and self-acceptance. There are several key indicators that will guide this practice for each individual.  It is also important to be mindful that happiness is not dependent on the opinions of others or how they perceive you.  Once you define what makes you happy, cu...Read More
  • Johanna  Becker - Norfolk, VA - Social Work
    Johanna Becker is now a member of TherapyLiveCare
  • Arlene Feuerberg-Isaacs - Plantation, FL - Psychology
    Sex is just one part of a marriage. There are many ways to have intimacy in a marriage without having physical sex. Closeness can be achieved by holding hands, cuddling while watching TV together or in bed. It is also important to let your partner know that you love them. This can be done verbally or...Read More