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Therapy from Home
You're not happy. Maybe it's depression, maybe it's anxiety, or perhaps it's just the stress of everything that has happened this year. All you know is, you're just so done with it all. And you want help....
Imagine feeling better, enjoying each day, and getting back into living a happy and peaceful life. It's possible and within your reach more than ever before. You can begin virtual therapy sessions, getting the treatment you need right from the comfort of your home.
No need to battle traffic, find a babysitter, or waste time commuting! Instead, receive online therapy sessions and get your life back on track. But what is therapy online?
Traditional talk therapy is what most people think of when they imagine "going to see a therapist." It's meeting with a licensed mental health professional who helps you work through your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and anything else that is keeping you from being fulfilled with your life. Virtual therapy is no different.
When receiving a therapy session online, you are getting the same care, working with the same licensed mental health provider, and can expect the same outcomes! Research has shown that e-therapy is just as effective as traditional, in-person services. It's important to note, however, that some individuals may not be a good match for online counseling. Your e-therapist can help you determine whether or not telehealth is a good fit for you.
What can be treated with therapy online?
Most conditions can be effectively treated with telehealth services. Here is a list of concerns I treat in my practice:
Postpartum Depression Counseling
Postpartum Anxiety Counseling
It's easier than ever to get the help you need. Begin your therapy sessions online right now. Call me and let's talk about how online therapy can help you.
To schedule an appointment, or to learn more, call (909) 443-2674
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