Therapy Available For Game Of Thrones Superfans After Series Finale

 

There are two types of people in the world, those who watch GOT and those who know someone who watches GOT. Whichever person you are, please make sure you bookmark this article so either you can get help or your friend can get the help they will need after Sunday.

That's right, the series finale of the HBO drama, Game Of Thrones, is this Sunday night. The show definitely has its superfans who will need help facing the hard truth that it's over. However, not to worry! Help is on the way!

Therapists will be on hand Monday ready to help fans who’d like to talk about how they feel regarding the series ending. Fans can receive expert advice on how to deal with the loss of the show and can trust that their emotions will be taken seriously.

"All counselors will be familiar with the show," says spokesperson Donna Clapp. "So (they) will be able to discuss plot twists and storylines, to help their clients digest their interpretation and feelings of the show, which can range from anger, confusion, sadness and grief."

The therapist will be available via Bark.com and fans can book either a 30 or 60 minute session depending on their level of grief. Prices range from $25 - $50 (which isn't so bad if you've already spent money on an HBO subscription just for GOT).

“Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV programs of our time, so I’m not surprised that people are devastated it’s going to end," said Kai Feller, co-founder of Bark.com. "I think there will be a fair amount of superfans out there who will need to chat with a professional when the show ends!”

Tag someone who will need therapy after this Sunday!

Source: CBS 12

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