With the use of online digital platforms, you can talk to your counsellor any time, anywhere, and at your convenience by using your phone or computer. Our clients claim that it’s as effective as face-to-face counselling. Online therapy is a highly effective form of support, why don’t try this method out?
Why Choose Our Online Counselling Service?
By going to counselling sessions via WhatsApp, it’s easily accessible and there’s no travel time involved meaning there is less time taken from your day. All you need is a phone or a laptop with a webcam. It allows you to come and enjoy your session from the comfort of your own home or office.
All of our conversations focus on the client’s needs at that time of counselling. Clients are free to explore new choices and approach to their issues in a more effective way.
Online therapy works well for those who are already with us, as well as new members that want to improve their situation.
For clients with busy schedules or working overseas, the great thing about online counselling is that they can schedule their sessions at their convenience. This is invaluable for people who have a really busy schedule as the session can be completely flexible.
Face-to-face therapy is often the most recognised form of treatment, but there are many methods to conduct therapy sessions. All types of counselling are, of course, tailored to the individual and their needs, so this can look different for everyone. The coronavirus pandemic was what caused many people to try online counselling, and a lot of people found this method worked well for them. So, whether you’re looking for online options because you can’t physically access our offices, or whether you would feel better speaking to a psychotherapist from the conform of your own home – our online counsellors will be there to support you.
Online sessions can be taken place over video chat, video call and even email or via message apps. Essentially, online counselling is done by any form that uses the internet. You can also opt for telephone counselling if internet connection is a problem for you. Whatever the method, online therapists will be able to provide you with real-time professional support. Whether you need support with cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) coping strategies, depression, low self-esteem, relationship problems or any other struggles you’re experiencing – you’ll have a BACP registered therapist to help you through tough times.