About Talkspace

Talkspace provides affordable and confidential online therapy with professional, licensed therapists, wherever and whenever you need help. The Talkspace platform is built to make therapy accessible and convenient for clients, and to help therapists provide high quality care with the support of data-driven outcome measures.


  • Oren Frank


Founded: 2012

Offices: New York

Additional Investors: NVP, Spark, SoftBank, Firstime

Qumra Board Member: Erez Shachar

Top news

Talkspace announces $50M Series D

May 29, 2019

Talkspace, the global leader in telebehavioral health announced today $50 million in new financing led by Revolution Growth. Existing investors Norwest Venture Partners, Qumra Capital, Spark Capital and Compound Ventures, amongst others, will also participate in the round. Patrick Conroy of Revolution Growth will join the Talkspace board of directors.

Talkspace Launches New Platform Offering Affordable Mental Healthcare for Teens

October 25, 2018

As mental health issues like anxiety and depression continue to rise in the adolescent community, Talkspace, the global leader in online therapy, announced today it will be extending its services to teens ages 13-17. Previously, due to legal requirements, the platform was only available for adults ages 18 and older. Now, with parental consent, teens can connect with a licensed therapist in their state via smartphone or computer — from anywhere, at any time.  

TalkSpace Partners with Sigma Kappa To Provide Mental Health Services to Collegiate Members

August 10, 2018

Sigma Kappa Sorority and Talkspace, the global leader in online therapy, have announced a partnership to provide online counseling to members of the
Sorority’s 120-plus collegiate chapters across 36 states. The partnership will enable students to connect with Talkspace’s licensed therapists from the convenience of their smartphones. The collaboration brings a modern and student-friendly mental health solution to Sigma Kappa members across the nation as a new term starts, and in a time when anxiety and depression levels are on the rise among college students.

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