Teletherapy is an easy, accessible, and convenient way to receive psychotherapy. It is a great alternative to face-to-face counseling when you are unable to travel to our office. Clients have the option to enjoy the convenience of working through their challenges in the comfort of their own homes or offices. Teletherapy can be conducted from anywhere in the world. All you need is access to the internet. You can use your computer, phone, iPad, or any other tablet-enabled device.
What are some of the benefits of teletherapy or online therapy?
- Access for those who cannot get to an office for counseling
- Extra privacy for those uncomfortable in public
- Access for those who live outside the area
- Extra comfort to those who may have a harder time talking face-to-face
Over the past few months, the coronavirus has impacted us all, and many people have been affected. Many of us have been talking to our therapists about these issues. It’s natural to want to discuss your anxieties and fears with someone, and during this stressful time, it makes sense for you to express your concerns about the pandemic. Therapy is a great place to speak candidly about your feelings.
You might not be able to see your therapist in the office, but there is another option to obtain the mental health treatment and the coping skills to deal with the current stressors in our world. Teletherapy or online therapy is an excellent place to discuss any concerns you have, including anxiety about the coronavirus. It’s flexible, so you can easily integrate it into your work-from-home schedule.
People who have been going to therapy on a weekly or bi-weekly basis may feel a sense of loss. At this time, they can’t see their therapist in person, and that may impact their mental health. Therapy or counseling offers a strong sense of connection; many people develop a relationship with their therapist. When you can’t see them in person, it can be challenging to figure out how to cope with the struggles you’re facing or the loss of that regular appointment.
If you can’t see your therapist in person or if you’re experiencing stressful feelings about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a great time to try online therapy. During this time, you might benefit from talking to a mental health professional, even if it’s not part of your typical routine. Online therapy is safe, secure, and confidential. Here’s your chance to work on your mental health; even if you’ve never been to therapy before, you can try speaking to someone online.
We offer a free consultation to help you learn more about our online and teletherapy services and to match you up with a counselor who can best support your unique situation.
We invite you to reach out today and book your complimentary, 15-minute consultation.