Distance counseling can be particularly helpful for clients who are home-bound, who have disabilities, who live a considerable distance from the therapist’s office, or who travel frequently. Because it affords greater anonymity to the client, distance counseling can also be helpful in encouraging the client to self-disclose about difficult or sensitive issues.
We completely understand that although Distance Counseling has been proven to be just as effective as traditional face to face counseling it is not for every client. For this reason, the clinician will take the time to review your intake paperwork and an initial meeting to decide if Distance Counseling is a good fit for you.
We are committed to providing a personalized journey for each and every client, so we will assure that you are at the right place and if not we will provide resources to guide you in the right direction. If your circumstances do not allow you to engage in traditional face-to-face, office-based counseling—or if for other reasons you are interested in exploring opportunities for technology-assisted, distance counseling—we would be pleased to discuss this innovative option with you.