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Relationship 2.0 Provides New Financial and Behavioral Health & Wellness Benefits for Pandemic-Stressed Employees

The LIVING 2.0 Essentials suite provides a package of self-care benefits and an unlimited tele-therapy service to enhance employee quality of life. 
 
Relationship 2.0, a digital behavioral health and wellness benefits company with solutions for everyday living, has launched LIVING 2.0 Essentials—a suite of health and wellness benefits designed to address the two primary issues resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic: financial wellness help and powerful behavioral and mental health resources. It is available to employers, associations, and affinity groups through their benefits brokers and direct to consumers online.
 
LIVING 2.0 Essentials is designed to provide individuals easy access to benefits and self-care programs to specifically address the pain-points brought on by the pandemic, including over eight ways to instantly improve personal finances and reduce stress, six self-care programs that address behavioral and mental health issues, and an unlimited Tele-Therapy service for the entire family with $0 co-pay.
 
Relationship 2.0 is best known for CoupleWise, an app built to repair, grow, and strengthen marriages and committed relationships. The self-care program is based on the wisdom of a team of relationship experts and therapists, including best-selling authors. LIVING 2.0 Essentials goes further by adding specific health and wellness benefits and programs into three affordable subscription plans to address every need, the company says.
 
“The result of the COVID pandemic is a behavioral and mental health pandemic, a financial crisis, and spikes in substance abuse and misuse,” says Dan Gallo, CEO of Relationship 2.0. “It became our mission to build a robust, cost-effective solution to serve the most important parts of our lives—the parts that actually improve our quality of life and bring us real joy. LIVING 2.0 Essentials is the result.”
 
Besides saving the average household over $200 to $500 every month with their eight financial wellness programs, it’s tele-therapy service has truly made therapy available to anyone who wants it: With one low price for you and your family (includes your partner/spouse, and children from 13 to 26 years old), unlimited usage, and $0 co-pays per therapy session, it is the most cost-effective therapy benefit on the market, the company says.
 
In addition, LIVING 2.0 Essentials includes six self-care programs to improve mental health and well-being, addressing: relationships and marriage, child development concerns, social anxiety and stress reduction, PTSD and trauma-based disorders, sober living struggles, and a total health and wellness program (diet and menus with a grocery-list generator, instructor-led exercises, meditations, and much more). 
 
LIVING 2.0 is available at essentials.LIVING2-0.com. The company continues building distribution through benefits brokers and other solution providers.
 
For More Information 
Dan Gallo 
Tel. 203-858-9780 
Dan@couplewise.com
Essentials.Living2-0.com and Couplewise.com.

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