Looking for the right therapist but don’t know where to start?

Don’t worry, we are here to walk the extra mile with you.

With Now&Me, it's easier than ever to get the support you need. Just send us an emoji on WhatsApp and we will find a therapist for you to fit your needs.

We understand that finding the right
therapist can be tough.

Now&Me is the most fun way to find, schedule and book a therapy session.

Therapy is just an emoji away!

Send us any one of your favourite emoji and we will give you the best therapist recommendation that suits your specific needs.

You can book a session at your convenience. This is a recommendation service that Now&Me provides as we care about the emotional well-being of our community.

Drop your favourite emoji!

Find the right fit for You

Say goodbye to endless online searches for the right therapist. Now&Me matches you with a licensed counsellor through WhatsApp and makes therapy a more accessible and convenient option to all.

We are on a mission to provide the best solution for every person to attain emotional wellbeing. Are you ready to take your mental health to the next level?

Find me a therapist now!

Why an emoji though?

Sometimes it becomes really difficult to explain your mental state and pull your emotions together. It’s not always possible to answer surveys and convey what’s on your mind.

We are here to make things easy for you. No stress, no Q&As or AI-based personality tests.

Just an emoji to get the best therapist recommendations within minutes.

Let’s do it!

Let’s work together!

if you’re a cool, new-age therapist who just gets it, we want to partner with you!

We’re looking to recommend therapists who offer a safe, non-judgemental space to all, we’d love to partner with you!

now&me can help you get in touch with thousands of people looking for help.

We would love to onboard you after our preliminary screening.

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FAQs

Therapy, also referred to as psychotherapy or counseling, involves consulting a therapist in order to resolve problematic behaviours, relationship issues, beliefs, feelings, and somatic responses. Therapy can be a big step towards becoming the healthiest version of yourself and living the best possible life!
Therapy can help you improve your mental health and overall wellness.

A therapist can:

  • understand your mental health condition; define and reach wellness goals;
  • overcome fears or insecurities;
  • cope with stress;
  • make sense of past traumatic experiences;
  • separate your true personality from the moods experienced;
  • identify triggers that may worsen your symptoms
Therapy is for anyone and everyone. If you are going through a tough time, mental illness or just feel the need to talk to someone.

A therapist can help support you going forward. When any type of mental health or emotional concern affects daily life and function, therapy may be recommended. Therapy can help you learn about what you're feeling, why you might be feeling it, and how to cope.
A good therapist-patient relationship includes mutual respect. You should feel heard and validated, but not criticized.
Note: It’s imperative to ask yourself if you’re comfortable, authentic and genuine with the therapist. If yes, they might be the right fit for you.
Therapy session durations vary from person to person. It can last anywhere from one session to several months or even years. It entirely depends on what you are seeking and the specifications of the problem you need to solve.
Looking for the right fit but can’t find one?
Therapy at Now&Me is easier and convenient than ever before! We understand your problems and are extremely sensitive to your feelings. Thus, we hand pick therapists and recommend only those which are best suitable for you. We understand sometimes it's tough to express how you feel, so simply drop us an emoji and we’ve got you! ❤️
All of our therapists are available for online sessions, so you can seek help without having to worry about the risk.
A therapist can diagnose a mental problem or disorder and determine the best suited care you require. They often work in tandem with a psychiatrist, in case medical treatment is required.
Your therapist cannot be your friend as that can create a ‘dual relationship’ which is unethical in therapy. Dual relationships can occur if people are in two very different types of relationships at the same time.