Online and telephone counselling can be a supportive and convenient way to access counselling or therapy at a time and place that works around your schedule.
You may be busy at work or juggling multiple demands on your time. You may live in a remote location that means you can’t commute to a designated therapy centre. You may feel more able to open up in the comfort of your own home. Whatever your reason or convenience, online or telephone therapy may be the most supportive option for you.
You can search below for private therapists offering online therapy (using platforms such as Skype, Zoom and FaceTime) as well as sessions by phone/mobile. They offer support for a wide range of issues and use a number of approaches to therapy.
Your therapist will discuss with you about how best to support you through online or telephone counselling.
Please note: Your therapist may want to carry out additional checks before starting work with you as an online client if you’ve had a history of psychiatric issues, or are currently feeling unwell or at risk. This is standard practice as part of a private therapist’s duty of care – and ensures that you feel supported, informed and contained.