“The one thing I’ve learned over the years is that we all go through our ups and downs, and we all need help sometimes,” said Bieber.
The pop star, who is currently on the first leg of his biggest tour yet, has just announced a very special partnership. As part of his Justice In Action initiative – through which he has raised awareness for issues such as criminal justice reform, climate action, voter registration, and more – Bieber will now work with the online therapy platform BetterHelp to offer free therapy to his 250-plus touring crew and fans.
“The one thing I’ve learned over the years is that we all go through our ups and downs, and we all need help sometimes,” said the 28-year-old, who has been candid about his mental health struggles and getting help in the past. “Being able to offer access to free therapy to my fans and tour family is a real blessing, and I’m humbled to be able to do it.”
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As part of the partnership, the pop star will offer his fans a month of free therapy, which they can use for themselves or share with a friend or family member in need. BetterHelp is committing $3 million to this initiative.
For 18 months, the singer’s touring crew will have free access to licensed therapists through the BetterHelp program, to help cope with the mental and physical stress of their profession, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a significant impact on the touring industry.
For more information about Bieber’s new partnership and to sign up for free therapy, visit the BetterHelp website.