There is a growing trend for individuals to access psychotherapy, counselling or coaching by telephone and Skype. A 2002 study established that, for many concerns, it is just as effective as face-to-face counselling or coaching.
Time can feel limited in our busy lives and we are already committed in ways that may make it a challenge to add travel time on top of that precious therapy or coaching session. By utilising the telephone or Skype, you can be free of constraining factors, such as geography and time, which can make receiving support much more accessible for many people. Research indicates that it is particularly effective for people suffering with depression or anxiety as it can be conducted in private and at an individual’s convenience. It also provides a degree of anonymity which may be comforting to some, and reduces the intimidation that may be felt about disclosing vulnerable issues.
I am happy to offer telephone and Skype consultations. This means that you can be anywhere in the world and maintain regular support in whatever way works best for you.