Talkspace Services + Pricing

Talkspace offers comprehensive telehealth treatment options, including therapeutic services and psychiatric care to meet all your needs. In our commitment to offering accessible, effective mental health care, we’ve partnered with most major U.S. insurers and offer easy out-of-network reimbursement claims. Explore the services below to find the best fit for you.

Therapy Psychiatry Couples
At Talkspace, therapy is used as an umbrella term and refers to talk therapy, which is also known as psychotherapy. Under this plan, you'll work with a therapist to understand your personal goals and come up with a plan to help you start feeling better.

Therapists include psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and counselors; they're not able to prescribe medication. For this, Talkspace gives you the option to switch to psychiatry or sign up for psychiatry in addition to therapy, if desired.

How much does Talkspace Therapy cost?
Getting mental health care shouldn’t be difficult. That’s why we set out to make online therapy convenient, accessible, and, most importantly, affordable.

Even if you don't have benefits that cover mental health services, Talkspace is still more affordable than most in-person therapy. If you choose to pay out-of-pocket, all of Talkspace's therapy plans are recurring subscriptions— billed automatically on either a monthly, quarterly, or biannual basis— with frequency chosen by you when you sign up.

We’re committed to offering you accessible, high-quality clinical care by licensed therapists at a great price. (Keep in mind: the average cost of a traditional in-person therapy session is $175 - $500 per session a big departure from our plans!)

Approximate out-of-pocket pricing


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In addition to what you save by choosing Talkspace over in-person, out-of-network therapy, you may save an additional 10-20% if you choose to be billed quarterly or biannually.

To receive a pricing quote, sign up for an account with us today.

There are no contracts whatsoever, and you can cancel your subscription at any time.

Can a minor under the age of 18 sign up for Talkspace Therapy?
Talkspace Therapy is offered to teens between the ages of 13 and 17 at the same pricing as standard Talkspace therapy. Please refer to the therapy pricing chart within “How much does Talkspace Therapy cost?

Interested in finding more about our Teen therapy? Take a look at Teen Therapy at Talkspace: What parents/guardians and teens should know.

Is Talkspace Therapy Covered by insurance?
Talkspace is in-network with most major U.S. insurers, including Premera, Cigna, Optum, Gatorcare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and many others. Explore more about insurance coverage & eligibility here

Talkspace may be available to you at no cost through your employer or Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Contact your benefits department to see if you qualify. 

Approximate pricing with insurance

Most insured members only pay a $25 copay or less*

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In addition to the services mentioned above, Talkspace iOS app users will also have access to self-help tools and exercises. These include exercises for deep breathing, focusing, sensory awareness, journaling, overcoming worry, and navigating the negative.

*Talkspace partners with a number of employers, U.S. health plans, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), and educational organizations to help cover the full or partial cost of services.
Contact your benefits department or call the member services number on the back of your insurance card to see if you qualify for this benefit. Please note, Talkspace does not have access to your individual insurance benefits information and we will not be able to confirm your final costs before a claim processes. Your patient responsibility can be confirmed with your health plan. 
For more ways on how you can cover the cost of getting the help you need, visit What forms of payment does Talkspace accept? in our help center.

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