When Bea Arthur was a child, she came to the US from Ghana with her parents. After earning her degree as a psychotherapist, Bea saw the internet as a means of providing clients with therapeutic services at home at a fraction of the cost and in a less intimidating and clinical environment than traditional therapy. At the same time, new professional therapists were getting needed experience and the chance to build a reputation. She called her venture Pretty Padded Room. The service primarily targeted women and all therapists were women, but there were some male clients. Bea did not get a deal.
After Shark Tank aired, Bea felt her segment did not fairly portray her or her service. She rebranded into an identical service called In Your Corner, but that fared no better than Pretty Padded Room. In Your Corner closed up shop in a couple years.