what you'll get

Free sessions
Mental health is more important than ever—which is why these sessions are free right now
Effective strategies
Learn effective tools and strategies for common concerns from licensed therapists and mental health professionals
You’ll have the option to be completely anonymous by using an alias or turning off your camera
Feeling together
You’ll be with other people who have concerns and experiences similar to yours

how it works

taking the first step is easy


Reserve a session
Find a topic and time that works for you. Each session is capped at 15 people, so don’t wait too long to book it.


Submit your questions
Prior to the session, you’ll receive a form where you can ask anonymous questions related to the session topic. The therapist will use these questions to guide the discussion.


Listen, learn and chat
During the session, the therapist will provide helpful strategies and tools, moderate a group discussion, and answer real-time questions.

what we’ll cover together

we’re here for you—with new sessions added every week

We’ll add new session topics and time slots based on what’s working for you. Here are the kinds of topics you can expect:
Trouble Sleeping
Difficulty motivating & focusing
Coping with coronavirus
Relationship questions
Managing anxiety
Mindfulness & meditation

what to look out for

upcoming support group sessions

Mondays and Wednesdays: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM PT // 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM PT // 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM ET
July's Daily Mental Health Pop-Up
Led by: Lindsay Kandra & Diane Bailey
Monday July 19 & 26 - What is Therapy? Why Therapy?: Lindsay answers questions about what therapy is and conversations to have your therapist when you start treatment.
Tuesdays – Building Your Boundary Basics: Healthy boundaries are a bulding block of successful relationships. Come with your questions for Diane about how to set boundaries and learn why boundaries are so important for mental wellness.
Wednesday July 7 – Sleep, Self-Care & Stress: Lindsay chats about how to make our days (and lives) less stressful.
Wednesday July 21 & 28 – The Mind-Body Connection: Are you curious about how to use mindfulness, exercise and nutrition to support mental wellness? Lindsay is here to answer your questions!
Thursdays – Self-Compassion: Reframe and Revamp Your Self-Talk: Diane covers the basics of self-compassion mindfulness: What it is, why we need it and how we practice it.

Mondays 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM PT // 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Mindfulness & Meditation In Everyday Life (30 minutes)
Led by: Diane Bailey
Summary: Mindfulness and meditation are all the rage right now. Come learn some simple and effective mindfulness tools to help keep you steady in an unsteady world.

Wednesdays 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT // 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

Finding Emotional Balance Through Mindfulness
Led by: Lindsay Kandra
Summary: Learn how mindfulness tools can be added to your mental wellness toolbox. This workshop will start with the neuroscience of mindfulness and emotional well-being. We’ll then go over a variety of straghtforward mindfulness techniques and will finish with an extended beginner-friendly practice that will leave you feeling grounded, centered and connected to your breath.

Wednesdays 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM PT //1:30 PM - 1:45 PM ET

15-Min Meditation and Relaxation Break
Led by: Diane Bailey
Summary: Join Diane for a 15-minute session of relaxing breath work and guided mindfulness meditation to calm and stabilize your mind and nervous system.

Wednesdays 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PT // 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET

Intimacy Wellness: Great Sex Starts From Within
Led by: Lindsay Kandra
Summary: Great sex starts with safe sex… and safe sex is not just about birth control and STI protection. It also involves feeling secure in your body and empowered in your intimate relationships. This session will ask you to think about your intimacy wellness, identify where intimacy can get complicated and provide some real guidance about bodies, boundaries and radical accountability.

who’s leading the sessions

licensed therapists with proven methods

You’ll be hearing from experienced, licensed therapists and mental health professionals with proven methods who are experts in providing effective tools and strategies. Empathetic, friendly and professional, they’re trained to guide group discussion so that everyone gets the most of the session.

Jody Radtke


Lindsay Kandra

LPC-Intern, QMHP

Sally Scheidlinger


who should consider it

not sure if anonymous support groups are for you?

This is a different approach to online mental health, so we understand if you’re hesitant to try it. If it’s helpful, we find these types of people will benefit from it the most.
People totally new to therapy who want to get a feel for what it could be like and avoid expensive upfront commitments
People who have some experience with therapy, but want to feel connected to others with similar concerns and experiences
People who are feeling increased levels of stress as a result of world events and uncontrollable situations

why we’re doing this

Investing in our mental health is often put on the backburner, because it’s too expensive or too inconvenient. But with the COVID-19 global pandemic, stress and anxiety are becoming everyday issues for millions of us. Hims & Hers is committed to helping people deal with their stress and anxiety, which is why they’re now offering anonymous support groups. Our mission has always been to help people handle their hard-to-talk-about issues—and offering accessible mental health products from home is yet another example of that.

Dr. Patrick Carroll

Chief Medical Officer, Hims & Hers

If you're in emotional distress, text HOME to connect with a counselor immediately
If you're having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local ER

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