It’s a difficult time for everyone, with the Covid-19 outbreak bringing severe and unexpected changes to our lives. Many are struggling to adjust to these changes and anxious about the future.

Technology is playing a part in not only keeping families and communities feel connected but it can also help you maintain your mental health by accessing vital counselling and psychotherapy services.

Our therapist have been providing online counselling for quite some time so we are here if you need to talk.

If you haven’t tried online counselling before its understandable to feel a little apprehensive. However, online counselling is effective once you find a therapist you feel you can trust and feel comfortable to talk to. In an effort to try to offer support and reassurance during this time of social distancing please see below some guidelines to help you get the most out of your session with your therapist.

How to get the most out of your online session?

To make sure you get the most out of your sessions and to help your therapist do their job, there are some optimal conditions you need to bear in mind. The prevailing message when it comes to online counselling is to try your best to make your online session as close to a face to face session as possible. You can:

Put the oxygen mask on yourself first

Looking after your mental health and well-being through the support of counselling and psychotherapy during these challenging times is to be regarded not as a luxury but as a necessity in our collective efforts to weather the coming months.

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