I’ve been providing online therapy for the last six years.
I use both Zoom and Skype, and occasionally Facetime too.
If you are unsure about how online therapy will feel I offer a free 15 minute video consultation so you can get a sense of what it may be like.
I also work in a hybrid way; so that I see some clients online, but if we can, we meet in person occasionally or on a recurring basis.
I ask all my new online clients to kindly read 9 Tips to get the most from online therapy before we begin working together. I also ask all clients to read my post How to Get the Most out of Therapy.
It may interest you to know that the American Psychiatric Association (in 2007) completed a study that showed that clients in Canada assigned online counselling experienced the same clinical outcome and level of patient satisfaction as those in face-to-face counselling.
Please note that very occasionally online therapy is not always appropriate because of the issue you bring and/or its severity. We can discuss this fully in our initial free consultation, and I will of course let you know if I believe this may be the case, and if so why.