meeting you wherever you are-
Online therapy (also referred to as remote therapy, distance counseling or teletherapy) is a convenient, comfortable, and effective solution for your therapy needs.
We meet from the privacy of your own home, office, or anywhere you are with access to your phone, tablet, or computer and internet connection.
Sessions are conducted via a secure, HIPPA compliant video platform or by telephone.
*Participants must be at least 18 years old and maintain a primary residence in the state of Texas
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Benefits of Online Counseling
Online therapy sessions are convenient, all you need is a phone or laptop and strong internet connection.
Practical solution for busy schedules/scheduling constraints
Meet from the privacy of your own home, office, or when traveling.
Good option for individuals living in remote areas.
Avoid late cancellations and fees.
Avoid stress of dealing with traffic, commuting, parking
"Research studies indicate that online/telemental health is equivalent to face-to-face care in various settings and an acceptable alternative form of counseling." (American Psychological Association, 2017)
In the context of online therapy, disinhibition can encourage therapeutic expression and self-reflection
Limitations of Online Counseling
Online counseling is not appropriate for individuals who have serious psychiatric disorders
Online counselors cannot respond to crisis situations
Confidentiality cannot be guaranteed to the same degree as in-person sessions due to limitations of technology
Novotney, Amy. (2017). A Growing Wave of Online Therapy. American Psychology Association Monitor on Psychology, Vol. 8, No. 2.Retrieved from: http://www.apa.org/monitor/2017/02/online-therapy.aspx
Rochlen, Aron B., Zach, Jason S., Speyer, Cedric. (2004). Online Therapy: Review of Relevant Definitions, Debates, and Current Empirical Support.Journal of Clinical Psychology. Retrieved from: http://www.acpor.ro/files/file/resurse_articole/ROCHLEN_2004_online_therapy.pdf