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How Do I Join


What Do I Do Now?

Browse the plans below and select the one that fits your life. After signing up, you will meet with one of our coaches for an initial one-on-one face-to-face online Q&A meeting about eSupport. All of our coaches are licensed therapists and during this Q&A we will work with you to determine a group that’s best for you and fits your schedule—a group where you will receive authentic support from people like you, experiencing similar life issues. Sign up now to get one free month and try it out.


What Can I Expect?

Every session is 45 minutes long, held weekly. Sessions are conducted via video teleconferencing, allowing you to participate from anywhere with an internet connection. Our coaches, who are all licensed therapists, facilitate and guide the discussions so everyone has a chance to be heard and to share their relevant experiences.

Groups are eight people (on average) creating opportunities for you to connect and interact with the other members of the group and receive personal attention as well.

Plans and Pricing

After the first free month we offer eSupport Health on a subscription basis, as follows:

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eSupport Health delivers support at a fraction of the cost of one-on-one therapy. Weekly sessions are conducted via video conferencing and are 45 minutes long. Every session features one of our coaches, who are all licensed therapists, and an average of eight participants. Click on a plan and sign up now. You will not be charged until after your first free month, during which time you are free to cancel at any time, free of any charges.


Currently eSupport Health does not accept health insurance. However, we are actively working with healthcare insurers, with the goal of accepting insurance in the future. In the meantime, if you believe eSupport Health is covered under your existing plan as an out-of-network benefit, we will provide the information you need to submit a claim to your insurance provider.
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