Online counselling has grown in popularity, as it offers a more affordable and convenient option for people who would otherwise have difficulty travelling to a therapist. It offers more flexibility in regards to time commitment and is not geographically bound. Studies show that online counselling works as well as seeing someone in person, and in the case of some disorders it can work even better than traditional, in person therapy. Here is an article outlining the effectiveness of online counselling.
In order to acquire the many benefits of online counselling, I invite you to give yourself permission in making the space and taking the time to put yourself and your relationships first. It’s as simple as scheduling a time, finding a quiet and calming spot in the comfort of your own home while allowing yourself to be vulnerable. Having an understanding about why you initiated a counselling appointment is a good starting point, as it will allow us to really establish your therapeutic goals from the onset.
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