Virtual (online) Therapy allows you to attend sessions over video or phone from the comfort of your own home or another safe environment.
It removes the constraints of distance and inconvenience from seeking and receiving support. You can stop worrying about the hassle of traveling and limiting your search to "therapists near me" . Online therapy and phone therapy make sessions more accessible and flexible for your schedule.
I use the Jane App to run my virtual therapy practice. Jane was designed with the security of clients' personal healthcare information in mind. With the exception of phone therapy sessions, phone calls, and email communication, everything is done through Jane:
Follow the step by step guide below to embark on your virtual therapy journey.
Feel free to reach out to me if you need support getting started.
If it is a phone therapy session, you simply wait for me to give you a call. If it is a video session, you log in to your account and click on the appointment link to enter the virtual therapy waiting room.
Virtual therapy isn't for everyone or every situation. Some people prefer in-person services for a variety of good reasons.
Please note that currently, I do not have any capacity to work with clients who are at high risk. That is, those experiencing recent (in the last 3 months) or current Intimate partner violence and/or domestic violence, current active suicidal ideation/attempts.