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Why join SupportRoom?

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Convenient

Nothing matters more to us than the privacy of our users and ability of our therapists to do what you do best. SupportRoom is 100% HIPAA and HIPAA BAA compliant and meets all ethical codes and confidentiality laws.

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HIPPA Compliant​

We’re modernising the way people access therapy. Help clients enjoy mental health support as they want it. No appointments, just progress.

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Security

Our users benefit from password-protected access to their account area and private therapy rooms. All client communications are encrypted with banking standard technology.

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Multimedia

Users can interact with therapists in a range of formats from text messaging to video and audio conversations. The result is an adaptable system dedicated to achieving the best results for individual user needs.

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Clinically Proven

SupportRoom’s service is clinically proven to provide a tangible difference to the lives of our users. We are incredibly proud of this and welcome you to further our contribution to modern mental health care.

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Emergancy Procedures

We have ensured built-in emergency mechanisms that ensure the safety of your clients in the case of any emergency.

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Frequently asked questions

What qualifications do I need to register as a therapist listed with SupportRoom?2022-03-17T15:17:00+00:00

We require all therapists to have at least 6 months post qualification clinical experience working as a therapist.

We are happy to register therapists with the following professional qualifications, registrations and accreditations:

  • BABCP, BACP, COSRT accreditation.
  • BPS Chartership (with HCPC registration for protected titles).
  • BACP/BPC/HCPC/NCS/UKCP Registration

We ask all therapists to email us original copies of the following documents:

  • Professional training certificates. e.g. BABCP accreditation (Full or provisional)
  • A current DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) or CRB check
  • Current Professional indemnity insurance certificate (minimum coverage £3 million)
  • Photo Identification: Copy of passport or photo driving licence, scanned or a clear photo
  • A profile picture and words for profile page
  • All therapists need to read and agreed to our Terms & Conditions for Therapists.

Contact us at [email protected]

How are therapists verified?2021-12-10T15:43:10+00:00

We ensure that every therapist is fully licensed / registered / accredited and in good standing. Therapists who apply are required to provide photo identification, full qualification documentation and further clinical certificates, and written references from other registered practitioners who have worked with them. We then cross-check their registration information with their registering organisation. All therapists are also asked to provide an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) certificate.

What are the rules regarding treating people abroad?2021-12-10T15:43:27+00:00

There is yet no specific guidelines in the UK on this. BABCP state “It is important that you feel satisfied that you can meet the general guidelines for ethical and best practice even whilst practising remotely. In particular, it is important to consider issues of risk which may arise if you are providing therapy to someone in a country where you don’t know how the healthcare system works or are unable to liaise effectively, e.g. with their GP if necessary.”

Risk needs to be assessed at the initial consultation, assessment and intermittently throughout treatment. If you feel someone is not appropriate for an online format of therapy, you must communicate this with the client and SupportRoom will support your clinical decision on this.

Is patient progress slower in online therapy?2021-12-10T15:43:42+00:00

No! A whole host of studies are demonstrating that messaging therapy can be as effective as traditional therapy for the treatment of the most common emotional and behavioral health issues such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, stress, PTSD and more.

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