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Looking for Diverse Everyday People for a Mental Health Awareness Video Project!

We are seeking individuals of all ages, genders, and backgrounds to participate in a casual video interview about their experiences with therapy. This project aims to create a compelling piece of content that raises awareness of mental health issues and highlights the impact of receiving help. Interviews will be conducted in a relaxed, non-judgmental setting, […]

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Updated on May 23, 2024

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We are seeking individuals of all ages, genders, and backgrounds to participate in a casual video interview about their experiences with therapy. This project aims to create a compelling piece of content that raises awareness of mental health issues and highlights the impact of receiving help.

Interviews will be conducted in a relaxed, non-judgmental setting, and participants will be asked to share their personal stories with authenticity and vulnerability. Questions will be deep and thought-provoking, with a focus on exploring the transformative power of therapy and the challenges and triumphs that come with seeking help.

Date: Tuesday April, 18, 2023
Time: To be confirmed, but interviews are expected to take no longer than 1 hour
Location: Grow Therapy HQ, Flatiron, NYC
Compensation: Participants will be compensated $200 for their time

If you are interested in participating, please fill out this questionnaire.

We welcome individuals from all walks of life and look forward to hearing from you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

This article is not meant to be a replacement for medical advice. We recommend speaking with a therapist for personalized information about your mental health. If you don’t currently have a therapist, we can connect you with one who can offer support and address any questions or concerns. If you or your child is experiencing a medical emergency, is considering harming themselves or others, or is otherwise in imminent danger, you should dial 9-1-1 and/or go to the nearest emergency room.

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