I am delighted to meet with my clients in my office, or via Skype, FaceTime or a HIPPA-compliant platform for video and/or telephone sessions. Sometimes this option is necessary when work/life demands are great, or you are ill, moving or out of town and cannot meet in-person. Skype therapy and coaching works great for busy couples who may have parenting conflicts. Coaching by Skype is ideal for busy professionals who are also unable to schedule regular ongoing appointments. For established psychotherapy clients who are high-functioning, Skype or virtual, tele-therapy can be a wonderful adjunct to in-office appointments. While I believe that face-to-face sessions are ideal and the only option for many, I understand that for high-functioning clients who lead full and busy lives, therapy or coaching by Skype may be a practical alternative to commuting or meeting in my psychotherapy office. With many clients, I am able to deliver the same types of modalities that I use in-person, such as: psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavior therapy or CBT, DBT skills, mindfulness, Focusing-Oriented Therapy, somatic therapies, relationship counseling, executive, stress and well-being coaching and even EMDR with high-functioning clients.
What is online tele-medicine?
For psychological consultations, therapy, mentoring and coaching, mental health professionals and their clients are able to conduct private sessions remotely without missing sessions. This ensures the continuity of our work together and facilitates progress and much needed emotional or goal-attainment support.
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