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If you are a member of the media and you are interested in getting the story about GoMentor, getting the quick facts or have some questions, please contact:

Press@GoMentor.com

Anne Lis Toft
Anne Lis Toft, Head of PR & Marketing
Annelis.toft@GoMentor.com 
(+45) 22 61 87 16

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Coaching and Therapy Service Helps Users Match Their Needs with Right Professional

Date: Friday, April 29, 2011

The world’s largest online therapy and coaching platform has added a new feature to its website, enhancing the service for users by allowing them to match a bpsychologist, counsellor or coach to their own individual needs and goals.

Read Coaching and Therapy Service Helps Users Match Their Needs with Right Professional

Is Friday 13th Really the Most Unlucky Day of the Year?

Date: Thursday, April 28, 2011

Probably not, but online therapy and coaching company Mentaline.com, turns it around and offers the lucky charm of the day, when they make Friday 13th 2011 Free Coaching & Therapy Day.

Read Is Friday 13th Really the Most Unlucky Day of the Year?

Effective Coaching on Mentaline.com

Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

In recent years there has been more focus on process efficiency. This has now also hit the coaching area as Mentaline.com has created an Internet portal making coaching a new online market. In this context, online means both to conduct video-based
coaching conversations and using the usual Internet advantages of search facilities, comparison of price and quality, usability and payment is available. The goal is to spend less time on the administration process, provide a better basis for finding a better match between client and coach, and pay less.


Read Effective Coaching on Mentaline.com

Two thirds of Britons plagued by phobias

Date: Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Online therapy service www.Mentaline.com carried out the study in order to find out more about people’s phobias and whether or not Britons take the necessary steps to help them better deal with their fears. 2,017 people in the UK were subsequently polled, asked questions surrounding their biggest phobias.

Read Two thirds of Britons plagued by phobias

World’s largest online therapy platform appoints new CEO

Date: Wednesday, April 06, 2011

The world’s largest online therapy and coaching platform has officially appointed a new Chief Executive Officer who has a strong background in public sector management and healthcare innovation. 44-year-old Claus Kaaber has been appointed CEO of www.Mentaline.com. He takes the place of the site’s founder and previous CEO, Jesper Buch, whose resources have been freed in order for him to focus more on his innovative and entrepreneurial expertise.

Read World’s largest online therapy platform appoints new CEO

Half of employers don’t see depression as a good reason for time off

Date: Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Latest research by the world’s first webcam based therapy service has discovered that 52% of employers don’t view depression as a viable reason to have time off work, whilst more than 1 in 5 admitted that they would be less likely to employ someone if they knew they had a history of mental illness.

Read Half of employers don’t see depression as a good reason for time off

Webcam therapy service helps thousands of people

Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The world’s first webcam based therapy service has revealed how many people are visiting the site for help since its launch. There are now around 400 counsellors, life coaches and psychologists active on the site and thousands of people have used the service.

Read Webcam therapy service helps thousands of people

Therapy confessions of Britons revealed

Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010

New research by the world’s largest online therapy and coaching platform has revealed the top ten issues members of the British public would like to get counselling for, with stress the most common condition cited by respondents to the study.

Read Therapy confessions of Britons revealed
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