weebow is a dedicated community of peers and professionals waiting to listen, share stories, and facilitate mental health and self-development
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Frequently asked questions
We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you answer some of the more common ones.
I could use some support…
1. Is it safe?
Weebow is a 100% anonymous peer support platform. Users can interact with peers or chat with mental health professionals. The goal is to make it easier to open up about what’s going on in your life and build a support system.
2. Who uses weebow?
Anyone can download weebow. However, to be an expert you cannot Post or ask for help, you can only reply to other users. As an anonymous app user, you can reply to other users and Post (or ask for support).
3. Are you recording my data?
We record data simply to improve the platform. We will never link any of the content you discuss on weebow to you as an identified individual. In fact, we don’t even ask for your name during sign up!
4. When do you launch?
Beginning of 2020.
I am a mental health expert or professional…
1. What is weebow?
At it’s core, weebow is a client engagement and interaction tool. Think of it like blending twitter, yelp, and psychologytoday.com to make it easier for people to find you, explore your philosophy, make more informed decisions about selecting providers, and reach out when in need.
2. Is this a telehealth tool?
No, weebow is an education and engagement platform. No interactions through the platform constitute the beginning of a provider-client relationship. Users will have to navigate to your website, email, or phone to start the relationship.
3. How do I use it?
Log in using your computer and start interacting with anonymous folks in your area! Provide support and education to those struggling and memorialize your perspective, style, and personality in a profile that’s accessible to potential new clients.
4. What do I do?
Sign up, create a profile, select your topic areas of interest, and start messaging anonymous users. The goal isn’t to promote yourself or spam the users, but to genuinely provide support and education so that your practice is more accessible to potential clients. Think of it like adding transparency to the provider-client search and match process by building an online reputation for how you work with people.
The first stop for
free and anonymous mental health support
Los Angeles, California
``I recently had the epiphany that a great deal of my feelings / lack of self worth are due to being bullied by my big sister growing up. Anyone else experience this? Am I late to figuring this out? Makes me nervous...``
``Today a friend shared with me that it's hard to talk to me lately. She went on to say I try to change 'fix people,' I realize I sent into social work to help people...and maybe sometimes I need to take a step back.``
``I have been doing self harm for a month consistently now and my mom found out and now I don't know what to do. I don't wanna harm again because i know she's disappointed and judging me and i just feel so anxious. I hate going home.``
Albany, New York
``I have these episodes at night where I really need to talk to someone and no one is available 🙁 I have to be suicidal (or pretend to be) for the suicide hotline to care...I jut don't know what to do, I really need a friend and have none...``
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
``I'd like to be in love like the rest of the world. Everywhere I look someones got someone...their person. All my friends have their person. I want mine....but I feel like I'm rushing...and times a wasting. Makes me feel bad about myself...*shrugs*``