A study published in 2019 the Journal Internet Interventions found that 31% of responders would choose online therapy over face-to-face therapy. The academics from the School of Applied Psychology, Behavioural Basis of Health, and the Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University, alongside an academic from the School of Psychology, Counselling and Community at the… Continue reading Research: Almost a third of young people surveyed would choose online therapy
Email counselling is a popular choice for people who want to gain benefits from counselling but struggle to find a full 50 minute slot in their diary to attend a live session. This post will outline how therapy works, along with the benefits and some of the drawbacks to this type of online therapy.
Starting a new course of therapy can trigger a range of feelings. Whether you have had therapy before or this is your first time, it’s natural that you may have questions or concerns about ‘the process’ and what to expect. Find out more about how to make the best of your online therapy session.