October 23-27 Marks Wellness Week. FREE wellness check-ins
Why Wellness Week?
In the ever-demanding world of healthcare, we recognize that our healthcare heroes, including those working at our partner hospitals, are often so focused on caring for others that they may inadvertently overlook their well-being. It's time to change that.
Determine if Therapy is Right for You: If you've ever considered therapy but were uncertain if it was the right fit, this is the ideal moment to ask questions, explore therapy sessions, and decide whether to continue.
The best part? These well-being check-ins are complimentary, with no commitment to continue therapy unless you decide it's the right path. Connect with a Licensed Therapist
Marvin Wellness check-ins are designed to be efficient, lasting no more than 30 minutes, and should you decide to book a regular therapy session, you'll find that Marvin's pricing is consistent with your insurance copay or even more affordable. We believe that seeking mental health support should be straightforward and cost-effective.
Prioritize Your Well-being Today. Marvin Wellness Week presents the perfect opportunity to take a significant step toward a healthier, more balanced you. Don't miss out on securing your free wellness check-in October 23-27. Click here - to book your Free 30-minute Wellness Check-in. Click here - to schedule a Regular 1-hour Therapy Session with a Marvin therapist.
About Marvin Behavioral Health: Marvin Behavioral Health is dedicated to making mental health support accessible and convenient for doctors, nurses, Hospital Human Resources, hospital workers, and residents. All services are completely confidential and HIPAA-compliant. In this vital endeavor, we are proud to stand alongside our partners, ProHealth, Providence Mission, Baystate Hospital, Huntington Health, and many more health systems. Conditions we regularly treat and work with hospital workers to manage and or prevent include:
Depression and Mood Issues
Family/Divorce and Other Relationship Issues
Career Choices and Direction
Coping with Trauma
Maternal Mental Health
Grief and Loss