There are some circumstances that can make it challenging to physically come into the office for face-to-face counseling. To assist with this, I offer Skype sessions as a regular part of my practice. Additionally, because so much of our present world occurs online, Skype counseling makes getting the help you are looking for easier and more accessible.
Online counseling can be a good alternative to face-to-face counseling if you’re in a situation in which you are traveling often, sick or home bound, or are having difficulties leaving the safety of your home environment. Although Skype counseling feels a little different than in-person counseling, many clients report receiving benefits that closely resemble those received from face-to-face interaction. As long as you have access to a computer and a private place where you feel comfortable speaking, Skype sessions are a simple and viable method of getting the assistance you maybe looking for.