How does a Kip Benefit work?

We work with you to offer a mental health benefit to your employees.


Employees get all Kip benefits at a subsidized rate:

  • Next-day access to high quality, evidence-based therapy with our world-class clinical team in convenient locations
  • Customizable workshops (e.g. burnout prevention, mindfulness, effective communication)
  • Consultation with our Chief Clinical Officer on best practices to design a mentally healthy workplace
  • Custom dashboard with insights and analytics on employees’ care needs and the value and effectiveness of care
  • Seamless billing and automated insurance claim processing. We fit into the benefits you already offer such as FSA/HSA and wellness reimbursement programs
"My productivity has definitely improved on the job; my mind is much more focused as I work on my mental health with my Kip therapist on a weekly basis. It's the mental equivalent of going to the gym on a routine basis; it feels good doing that for myself, and that positivity comes through in my work."
— Employee using Kip
"Keeping my employees engaged, excited, and positive at work directly correlates with the success of our company. All the employees at our company that use Kip are extremely grateful that their employer is valuing their mental health and are especially surprised at how effective and therapeutic their Kip sessions are."
— Employer offering Kip


We offer different programs to fit any budget or company size. In the most common plans, you subsidize therapy sessions for your employees. Employees pay a 'co-pay' and you cover the rest up to a capped amount per year.

Only pay for Kip sessions when your employees use them. 

On average, 12 Kip sessions is enough for an employee to target a specific issue and build skills to manage the issue long-term.

Want to learn about bringing Kip to your team?

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