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Below are common questions and answers.

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  • How do I sign up for help?
    First, congratulations on taking the first step toward better well-being! View and complete the “Contact" page to connect with us. Within 24 hours, you will receive a follow-up email (from so we can learn more about you and complete an In-Take Form. This In-Take Form will give us all the information we need in order to connect you to the appropriate Mental Health Advocate. Please note: If you don't see the email from within 48 hours, check your "Spam" folder.
  • How much will the counseling sessions cost me?
    The counseling sessions are offered on a sliding scale to provide accessible, affordable counseling.
  • The website claims “virtual coaching”. What is that and how does it work?
    Virtual coaching are sessions conducted via the Zoom platform. With Mental Health Advocates situated across the country, yours may not be local to you, so a Zoom call will be arranged. Your designated Mental Health Advocate will reach out to set up a call, which can be conducted using your cell phone.
  • What if I don’t have access to Zoom? How can I receive assistance?
    We will work with you and your Mental Health Advocate for other options that might work for you.
  • What if I am local to my Mental Health Advocate and prefer in-person sessions?
    We would recommend a discussion between you and your Mental Health Advocate. As long as there is agreement between you and the Mental Health Advocate and everyone is comfortable with in-person sessions, then that is acceptable.
  • What is the well watered soul?
    the well watered soul is a 501.c(3) non-profit organization established in October 2021. Visit our "About" page for additional information.
  • Who operates the well watered soul?
    the well watered soul is managed by a Board of Directors, of which there are 5 members, CEO, President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Media Chair. Visit our "About" page for more information.
  • What are the donations used for?
    The majority of your generous donations are used to pay the services of our Mental Health Advocates, who then offer accessible, affordable virtual counseling/coaching for those in need.
  • How will I know you received my donation?
    You will receive an email from our website, acknowledging and thanking you for your donation. Should your donation exceed $250 annually, you will receive a specific year-end letter for filing taxes.
  • How do I become a Mental Health Advocate with the well watered soul?
    We are looking for compassionate Mental Health Advocates to join the well watered soul on a part-time basis. If you are a trained mental health professional or a minister trained in Pastoral counseling seeking an opportunity to give back to the community, we are looking for you! View our “Contact” page to connect with us.
  • I only have a few hours a week to offer. Is that enough time to help someone in need?
    Absolutely! If you have 2 hours or more a week to offer, we can use your expertise. You can select your own hours, choose your specialty, and work as many hours as feasible from your location.
  • What’s the process to sign up?
    First, complete and submit your information on the “Contact” page so we can learn more about you. We’ll provide you a Mental Health Advocate Application. The Application will ask the specifics of your specialty, your education, your capabilities, etc. From there, we’ll conduct a background investigation and personal interview. Once accepted, we will add you to our list of qualified professionals, and you’re ready to go!
  • Is there compensation for this position?
    Yes, you will be compensated as a 1099 Mental Health Advocate.
  • I noticed that you mention ‘virtual coaching’. How does that work?
    After you are assigned a client, you will arrange a Zoom call with the client. While we understand that many clients may be marginalized, most have a cell phone to participate in a Zoom call. You will be provided with a Zoom Room for your sessions. Should your client not have access to Zoom, please let us know so we can discuss other options.
  • What if the client is local to me? Can we meet face-to-face?
    We would recommend a discussion between you and the client. As long as there is agreement between you and the client, and everyone is comfortable with in-person sessions, then that is acceptable.
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