Online Sessions

Therapy sessions in the comfort of your own home

Online video: Zoom, Skype, Facetime, telephone or e-mail therapy are available.

Enquiries for on-line therapy sessions are growing in popularity.

As technology is part of everyday life for many people, it is becoming increasingly easier to communicate this way.

It’s an ideal solution if you are limited for time or getting to me is a challenge. It is particularly relevant with the current Health protection measures to restrict unnecessary contact.

Think about the benefits of sitting in the comfort and convenience of your own home.

You can contact me first to find out a bit more about how I can help you before booking a session. Telephone, email or text information are in the contact me section.

We can then agree a mutually convenient time to book the first session. I am currently using Zoom (online video) ,telephone or Email for therapy sessions.. I can use whichever you are most comfortable with.

All you need to think about at this stage is what you would like to achieve most from the session.

How many sessions will you need?

The number of sessions needed varies from client to client but will be no more than receiving the therapy in my therapy room.

What are the benefits of having therapy by video-link?

Protection from being in physical contact due to infection risk of Coronavirus.
If you’re immuno-suppressed or ill, you can still engage in sessions.
Some people’s anxiety affects their ability to leave the house, preventing them from being able to even start therapy.
Less travel time and saves fuel, its important to conserve our resources.

Does it really work as well as face-to-face?

One of the most common concerns is whether therapy actually works online.

There are studies that show online therapy, including hypnotherapy is effective. It certainly isn’t second rate to receive therapy this way. A 2018 study of the effectiveness of Skype Hypnotherapy for IBS found ‘This study shows that Skype hypnotherapy is highly effective in refractory IBS’.  Link to the study.

In 2016 it was shown the treating depression via an internet-based intervention ‘is equally beneficial to regular face-to-face therapy. However, more long term efficacy, indicated by continued symptom reduction three months after treatment, could only be found for the online group.’ Link to the study.

Many people actually prefer working in this way, it is accessible, convenient, secure and effective.