How Do I Contact The Bright Side?

Can you get a refund from Brightside?

Your therapy subscription fee is billed monthly on the same day each month and you can cancel your plan at any time. If you purchased and canceled an extra video therapy session and would like a refund, please log into your Brightside account and navigate to Help to contact our Support team.

How do I cancel my Brightside therapy?

If you’d like to cancel your Therapy subscription, login to your Brightside Portal and select “Settings” from the menu bar. From there you will want to select “Manage Plan” and then “Cancel My Therapy Plan”.

How long does it take to get meds from Brightside?

Follow your care plan: If the provider chooses to prescribe, your medication will be delivered to your door ( approximately 5-7 business days after your consultation *) and refills authorized by your provider will arrive monthly. Your plan also includes digital therapy, and self-care tools you can use at your own pace.

Does Brightside treat ADHD?

Our providers do not treat , and do not prescribe for adhd. If any of these describe you, it’s best for you to be seen by a provider in person so you can get the care that’s right for you.

Can Brightside be trusted?

Brightside is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau , and they currently have an F rating. There are three customer reviews, with a 1-star rating.

What kind of medications does Brightside prescribe?

Brightside offers effective treatment with nonaddictive medications like SSRIs and SNRIs We do not prescribe controlled substances like Xanax, Klonopin, or Ativan.

Is Brightside app real?

Alberta’s financial institution has a new, free app that helps Albertans do what they love and save at the same time. Built with leading technology , the Brightside app offers customers a way to start saving without switching banks since it connects directly to wherever Albertans already do their day-to-day banking.

Who owns Brightside health?

Brad Kittredge – Founder and CEO – Brightside | LinkedIn.

Does Brightside treat bipolar?

Brightside Psychiatric Providers prescribe lamotrigine alongside other medicines to treat conditions including: Bipolar disorder.

What states does Brightside cover?

Brightside Medication and Therapy plans are currently available in all states !.

Is Brightside health worth?

Would I recommend Brightside? Yes. I would recommend it to people who want short-term therapy to help them deal with difficult emotions they’re experiencing or issues they’re struggling with in their lives.

Can I get anxiety medication online?

No, online doctors cannot prescribe Xanax or any other controlled substance for anxiety treatment However, there are prescription alternatives to treat anxiety that online providers can prescribe.

Does Brightside prescribe Klonopin?

The right depression and anxiety medication can make all the difference. Listed are many, but not all, of the medications our doctors commonly prescribe. Brightside offers effective treatment with nonaddictive medications like SSRIs and SNRIs. We do not prescribe controlled substances like Xanax, Klonopin, or Ativan.

Will Brightside prescribe gabapentin?

Your Brightside team will prescribe you gabapentin to help you feel better.

Does cerebral prescribe Xanax?

Cerebral is halting prescriptions such as Adderall and Xanax for current and new patients.

Does Brightside treat OCD?

Antidepressants are shown to be effective in treating the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder At Brightside, we use your data and research to find the right medication for you.

Can Brightside prescribe Prozac?

At Brightside, we’re here to help. Our providers are knowledgeable about each type of medication for anxiety and depression and specialize in finding the best fit for your individual needs. As part of your treatment, your provider may recommend an antidepressant called Prozac (generic) to help you feel better.

What is Brightside Financial?

Brightside is the first employer-based financial care platform to drive meaningful ROI for employers by making paychecks go farther for the 72% of Americans who are not financially healthy.