Ask a Psychiatrist and Get Answers to Mental Health Questions ASAP
Hello again! I answered another question for you earlier. I hope it's ok if I answer this one as well.
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Most professionals do not offer free services. Talking on line to a specialist like a mental health therapist or doctor is only offered through paid services. Experts who would give advice for free may do it on a one time basis only, but if they did it all the time they would never be able to support themselves.
But there are a number of online chat sites you can try. Here is a list you can start with:
You can also see if there are support groups in your area. Contact your local United Way for information.
Oh, thank you for the clarification.
You can do that on Just Answer. There is a chat feature but for individual questions only. You can also pick an Expert to work with on Just Answer and use the question and answer format. You can pay them as you get your answers. Most experts would be willing to help you. You can ask the expert you prefer when you get an answer to your question.
There are also other websites that offer on line therapy. I am not sure I am allowed to post information about the competition on JA, but if you search Google using the words "online chat therapy" and several come up.
I hope it works out for you,
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