‘Why Pay for Therapy When the Advice of Strangers Has Proven to Be Helpful and Free?’ — Longreads

Ben Popper takes a look at Koko, a startup with an app that helps people connect and provide emotional support to peers and, in the process, allows them to recognize and “rethink” their own problems.

via ‘Why Pay for Therapy When the Advice of Strangers Has Proven to Be Helpful and Free?’ — Longreads

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