Due to the current pandemic (COVID-19), I am extending my services to full video, email and telephone therapy for my clients. Online therapy allows for continuity and connection, and is not limited by distance or location. This will remain available as a resource to help clients feel supported in the coming weeks and months.
Online counselling has some similarities with face-to-face counselling. I provide a respectful, non-judgemental relationship where I hope you will feel heard, understood and accepted. I aim to support you to find more clarity and confidence and find a way forward that is right for you. The key difference between online and face-to-face counselling is that we use technology to conduct the conversation and it can be carried out at a location and time to suit you.
I offer a safe and confidential online space for clients with sessions via a secure user friendly platform. It is simple to use with straightforward navigation and without the need to install software to your PC, phone or tablet. All sessions are encrypted and are GDPR and HIPAA compliant. While individuals considering the option of online counselling will need some very basic computer skills, I provide a simple step-by-step guide to getting started.