Because Who You Work With Matters
Aside from being trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, being solution focused, and goal orientated the most important thing you need to know about me is that I care. This, of course, is something that you cannot measure objectively, but my hope is that when we work together you get the sense that someone isn’t just rattling off recommendations or sending you worksheets. I want you to know that I take my work very seriously and treat each client like a whole person rather than a set of problems.
The Advantages of Online Counseling
The most obvious benefit is accessibility. Whether you live in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or San Diego, the internet allows you and I to connect. In short, distance becomes a non-factor.
The second most obvious benefit to online counseling comes down to convenience. Whether it’s due to limited mobility, living in a rural area, time restrictions, or some other barrier, working with me online just makes the process of therapy easier to complete. Not only is there no traffic or parking hassles, you can even bypass the waiting room and clerical staff in the process.
Lastly, there’s the matter of privacy. The truth is that some people just don’t feel comfortable letting other people know that they are working with a counselor. There could be many reasons for wanting to maintain a higher degree of privacy and online counseling helps you do this. It also gives you more control over when and where your sessions will occur.