• By subscribing, you consent to receive SMS text messages with inspirational messages from River Oaks Psychology. Inspirational Text Messages operates as an outbound messaging service only, meaning that subscribers will receive messages directly to their phones, but you are unable to respond to these messages. The messages will be sent from a phone number that does not accept replies.

    While our SMS messages aim to provide small bits of encouragement, practical tips, and inspiration to support your well-being, it’s essential to recognize their limitations. Inspirational Text Messages are NEVER a replacement or substitute for professional mental health treatment from a licensed provider. If you’re experiencing mental health concerns or struggling to cope with challenges, it’s critical to seek treatment from a qualified mental health professional who can provide personalized support, therapy, and resources tailored to your individual needs.

    Your privacy is important to us. By signing up for Inspirational Text Messages, you consent to receive weekly SMS messages from us. We will never share your information with third parties, and you can unsubscribe/opt-out at any time by replying ‘STOP’ to any message.

    While the subscription itself is free, please note that standard messaging and data rates may apply, depending on your wireless carrier and plan. We recommend checking with your carrier for details on any potential charges associated with receiving SMS messages. River Oaks Psychology is not responsible for any charges incurred by your wireless carrier.

    River Oaks Psychology is not responsible or liable for any negative reactions you may have from receiving the messages. While the messages are intended to provide support and encouragement, individual reactions may vary. Please consult with a mental health professional if you have concerns about the content of the messages or their impact on your well-being.

    In addition, River Oaks Psychology is NOT an emergency responder. Our staff is not equipped to handle emergencies outside of scheduled appointments. If you are experiencing strong thoughts of self-harm or suicide, if you are at a risk of endangering yourself or others for any reason, or if you are experiencing any other emergency of any type, please urgently contact 911, 988, or go to your nearest hospital / Emergency Department.

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