For many years, people have internally and mentally struggled –
and not sought help from a therapist.
Perhaps they didn’t feel comfortable leaving their home. Perhaps they were concerned about anonymity. Perhaps they couldn’t find the therapist that was a perfect fit for them.
Now, that doesn’t have to be the case.
Enter: Online Therapy
No you can get help online, in the comfort of your own home or office.
Why would people do this?
How does Online Therapy compare to In-Person Therapy?
Online therapy is a lot more appealing as it offers you an easier way to speak to a professional about your worries. However, there’s not just video therapy you can benefit from online. You can also benefit from chat therapy over the phone and you can even text if you wanted to.
All this can be done from anywhere you please such as your home or a coffee shop. Without the stress of sitting face-to-face with a stranger. Also, you can do it whenever you want, instead of sticking to a strict schedule if you had to visit a physical store. Think how much time you would save from not having to travel etc.
Why do people struggle to go with in-person therapy?
Why go through these struggles when you can be talking to a Profesional therapist within a few clicks of a button – or a touch on your phone screen.
How does Online Therapy Work?
I would receive your email address and full name. Then, I will plug you into Simple Practice, which is where you will find the paperwork to fill out and where you include the billing information, such as your credit card. Then, we will find a time that works for the both of us. When we decided on a day and time, I will send you a Zoom link. Then, click the link when it is time for our session and we are off to a great start. Please find a quiet space, excellent internet connection, and I find noise cancelling headphones work great.
PLEASE NOTE: Online counseling is not appropriate for those who have an active mental health diagnosis and for those in acute crisis. If you are experiencing thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please call the suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255, or call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.