If you’re struggling with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, or relationship problems, you’re not alone.
Many people have experienced excessive worry, fears, and sadness since the pandemic hit – even if they’ve never struggled with these issues before.
Whether your mental health or relationship problems are recent or have existed for years, online therapy can help.
However, online therapy is not indicated for those who have severe or complex mental health symptoms. If you’re unsure if you’re a suitable candidate for online therapy, contact me.
Why Choose Online Therapy?
How Online Therapy Works
You can book your appointment for online sessions the same as you would if you were doing an in-person session.
New and existing clients can request appointments here. Online sessions are the same length as in-person therapy sessions, 45-60 minutes.
After you book your appointment, I’ll send you information on how to access the secure video platform.
You’ll need a private and quiet place so that others can’t hear you and there aren’t any distractions (e.g., phones ringing, dogs barking, etc.).
You’ll also have to have fairly good lighting so that I’ll be able to see you clearly. If you have earbuds with a microphone or another microphone, it can be helpful to improve the sound.
As you can see, there are many benefits to online therapy.
If you’re concerned about whether it can work with you, schedule a free 15-minute consultation. We can discuss your concerns, and I’ll explain how I can help.