Although I believe the best way to ‘meet’ each other in a therapy or counseling session is face-to-face, this is not always possible. Whether you live in a different country from the psychologist you have chosen, you suffer from a psychological or physical condition that restricts your possibilities of stepping out of home or you face any other limiting circumstances, web-based therapy is always an alternative you could consider.
Technology can contribute to an evolution in how people receive psychotherapy or work with a psychologist and, after all, the core of the matter is to have choices to find the support we need.
I offer both individual online therapy and couples e-counseling. I conduct my e-Health sessions usually via Skype, although I am also familiar with other tools such as Zoom, to provide the best possible ‘contact’ when physical presence is not an option.