what is TAG?
TAG makes the professional advice you can only get in private therapy available to everyone. We are a mental health care service that helps people early in the lifecycle of care with the goal of averting a crisis before it happens. Tragically, outside of accidents, suicide is the leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 34. High cost and low accessibility are the leading barriers to care, as reported by over 90 million adults in the US who state they have an unmet need. TAG meets this need with an innovative, AI-driven approach that offers a wide audience access to professional advice and coping skills. TAG features real people who share their mental health struggles integrated with licensed clinicians that analyze the testimonials and provide advice and coping strategies to our members. TAG is making mental health care affordable and accessible starting at $4.99 and is available directly from our website and through employer benefits packages.
Private, one-on-one therapy is a powerful tool for individuals with an acute need. If this is you, search here to find a therapist near you. Our mission at TAG is to reach at-risk individuals earlier in the lifecycle of care with the goal of averting a crisis before it happens. Psychoeducation is an evidence-based therapeutic modality for patients and their loved ones that provides information and support to better understand and cope with illness. Results from more than 30 studies indicate psychoeducation improves family well-being, compliance with therapy, lowers rates of relapse and improves recovery.
TAG is pioneering new technology with “Humanist AI.” hAI addresses the problem faced by many algorithms, such as social networks that create echo chambers around user preferences - like monopolizing newsfeeds with the opinions of just a single political party. hAI guides the user experience with purposeful, humanist ‘jump points’ based on principles of psychotherapy, education, unpredictability, and accomplishment.
TAG’s mission is to dramatically increase the accessibility and affordability of mental healthcare by making expert advice available to all.