You can get started right now with your therapy sessions online. Online communication is changing the way you can connect with therapists. Instead of needing to commute to a therapist’s office, wait in waiting rooms, and then commute back, you can now have your therapy sessions online. To get started, you can use our therapist finder below to find a therapist to meet with.
As more communication takes place online, so too is online counselling taking place more often. It’s like your therapist is only a click away. Once you get started with your therapist, you will be able to meet with them for your therapy sessions online.
This is exceptionally helpful for people who travel often, have demanding work schedules, or would simple like more therapist options when initially selecting a therapist. As you can imagine, being able to search anywhere you can legally see a therapist opens many more doors and many more minds of therapists that you can work with. You’re no longer limited to the therapists in your immediate area that you can drive to.
Since online therapy is still a little new in 2017, it’s important to ask the therapists you are initially speaking with about how it works and how compensation works for the sessions. You’ll want to be fully informed on those questions before you start your therapy so that you start things off on the right foot.
There are other advantages to having your therapy sessions online too. If you have a long-distance relationship and want to meet with your partner and a therapist, for instance, you can do that when your therapy sessions are online. If you have a stigma about leaving the home, or meeting face to face, and an online format is more comfortable for you, it might be the right option for you as well.
The Online Counselling therapist directory has a large list of therapists that are ready to work with you. To get started, use the therapist selector below and then narrow your search using criteria you’d prefer in your therapist. Once you’ve found the right one, you can fill out a confidential contact form to them to get things started.
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