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Are you looking for a professional therapist providing online counselling, or online psychotherapy? Are you in need of an online therapy service that offers flexible weekend and evening appointments at a very competitive rate? My name is Adrian, I have been a professional therapist offering both face to face traditional therapy sessions and online therapy sessions to my clients for several years. I was one of the very first to offer a professional full-time online counselling and psychotherapy service. I offer a confidential caring and supportive alternative to face to face therapy, I also developed and follow my cognizance therapeutic principle (CTP) when working as a therapist. more about me here

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online counselling and psychotherapy Benefits There are many positive benefits with online counselling for people who need to talk in confidence to a therapist or psychotherapist over the internet for personal reasons. Just like normal therapy in online counselling video sessions you can see the therapist and interact with them visually while you are still in your own home environment or even from the workplace, working with a therapist with a complex problem may help you find a counseling breakthrough towards finding answers. More info Therapy only using sound To help you stay anonymous and more comfortable and relaxed you can use the sound only option when having therapy and remain hidden from view, this way of having therapy online allows you to hear and interact with the therapist on your terms. People using sound only can feel that it is easier to express themselves as they feel safer less exposed less anxious and not so intimidated with a sense of more control and confidence. More info Therapy using Video When talking to a therapist online you may want to use your web-cam for therapy to visually interact and cooperate over the Internet, some people prefer this way of communicating as it gives them a similar experience to the customary face to face type of therapeutic setting. Most internet enabled devices now have cameras, this allows more people to use video for online therapy. More info More personal freedom You can talk from your home or while you are in work or even sat in your car, anywhere you can connect to the world wide web you can talk about the problems you face in confidence, you can engage with a therapist on your terms in a less formal and less stressful way. Less stress less anxiety Talking about issues in your life for the first time, can be a difficult experience full of anxiety, including coping difficult emotions, such as guilt shame anger and feelings of embarrassment. or a fear of being judged, this is where this online therapy website can really help lower the stress and anxiety when looking for online counselling & psychotherapy. Anonymous Clients You can remain hidden from the therapist while only using voice and not using video, for many people it is an option that feels safer and less stressful when talking about personal issues, you can also take further steps to hide your identity with online counselling. More info Talking to a therapist online I understand that talking to a therapist is sometimes a very difficult step to take, it may have taken years for you to find the courage to even think about having therapy, although it can seem stressful talking about the past, it can also be a very empowering emotional journey that can enhance the healing process. Just like everyone else, you can experience, challenging or upsetting situations at any stage in life, sometimes these experiences can lead to further ongoing conflicted feelings, behaviours and distressing emotions, people can agonize over them for many years before managing to talk about them. This is because it can sometimes take considerable time for a person to be able to internalise the hurt, pain and confused emotions before finally being able take a first step towards seeking help and support from friends, family or with therapy. Engaging with a therapist with online counselling can give an improved experience when taking this first step. When talking about their personal experiences with me, many of my clients have discovered that a sound only therapy session has reduced the anxiety involved, it made it a less stressful experience to talk about their experiences, than regular in person therapy sessions, after some time, a client may eventually change over to video sessions if they request it. Changing your life with therapy Making personal changes or trying to cope with life is not always easy and feeling lost or confused is quite normal when dealing with major life changes or while trying to take responsibility for your life and change or find new life choices. Is it my fault I feel this way? We all experience life’s up and downs and generally manage to cope, when we experience life changing events like a death of a loved one or the loss of a partner through divorce or separation it can become a life changing event that influences our inner emotional world and changes how we feel about our life and who we are as people. How long do I need to stay in therapy? The number of therapy sessions needed will be dependant on a number of conditions, firstly how complex are the issues involved and what does the client want to achieve. A seemingly simple problem to the client set around becoming more confident, could lead to the therapy uncovering major problems with self-worth and low self-esteem, stemming from being bullied at school or child abuse, a much more complex problem emerges that will need more time. So, it is almost impossible to discover how many sessions you will need from the first consultation. A good way to measure this is to reassess the therapy every four sessions or so and ask, Have I made any progress? do I need more therapy? What do I want to do now? How long will it take to feel any benefit from therapy? Many people feel that the first online counselling or psychotherapy session has made a difference to how they feel, some feel lighter and better-off and others can feel emotionally tired but less confused, the experience is always going to be unique to the person, it will also vary considerably form person to person, but normally I find the outcome is usually positive and constructive and well received. A client’s expectations can have very important impact on progress, someone who has very little self-compassion and has unrealistic expectations, can set themselves up to fail. Expecting to much progress can make any benefit they notice look like a disappointment, not a beneficial change, this is where the therapist can help support the client by challenging their expectations and maybe building self-compassion. Sometimes a lot of fast beneficial changes can have its own problems, it can take time to adapt to the new way of being, becoming more confident will often bring more experiences and opportunities, that can mean more social contact, and that can be a bit unnerving at first until you get used to it. How long you will take to feel any benefit from having therapy online will depend on your expectations and ability to change.
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Welcome to online therapy services

Are you looking for a professional therapist providing online counselling, or online psychotherapy? Are you in need of an online therapy service that offers flexible weekend and evening appointments at a very competitive rate? My name is Adrian, I have been a professional therapist offering both face to face traditional therapy sessions and online therapy sessions to my clients for several years. I was one of the very first to offer a professional full-time online counselling and psychotherapy service. I offer a confidential caring and supportive alternative to face to face therapy, I also developed and follow my cognizance therapeutic principle (CTP) when working as a therapist. more about me here

ONLINE THERAPY SESSIONS

online counselling and psychotherapy Benefits There are many positive benefits with online counselling for people who need to talk in confidence to a therapist or psychotherapist over the internet for personal reasons. Just like normal therapy in online counselling video sessions you can see the therapist and interact with them visually while you are still in your own home environment or even from the workplace, working with a therapist with a complex problem may help you find a counseling breakthrough towards finding answers. More info Therapy only using sound To help you stay anonymous and more comfortable and relaxed you can use the sound only option when having therapy and remain hidden from view, this way of having therapy online allows you to hear and interact with the therapist on your terms. People using sound only can feel that it is easier to express themselves as they feel safer less exposed less anxious and not so intimidated with a sense of more control and confidence. More info Therapy using Video When talking to a therapist online you may want to use your web-cam for therapy to visually interact and cooperate over the Internet, some people prefer this way of communicating as it gives them a similar experience to the customary face to face type of therapeutic setting. Most internet enabled devices now have cameras, this allows more people to use video for online therapy. More info More personal freedom You can talk from your home or while you are in work or even sat in your car, anywhere you can connect to the world wide web you can talk about the problems you face in confidence, you can engage with a therapist on your terms in a less formal and less stressful way. Less stress less anxiety Talking about issues in your life for the first time, can be a difficult experience full of anxiety, including coping difficult emotions, such as guilt shame anger and feelings of embarrassment. or a fear of being judged, this is where this online therapy website can really help lower the stress and anxiety when looking for online counselling & psychotherapy. Anonymous Clients You can remain hidden from the therapist while only using voice and not using video, for many people it is an option that feels safer and less stressful when talking about personal issues, you can also take further steps to hide your identity with online counselling. More info Talking to a therapist online I understand that talking to a therapist is sometimes a very difficult step to take, it may have taken years for you to find the courage to even think about having therapy, although it can seem stressful talking about the past, it can also be a very empowering emotional journey that can enhance the healing process. Just like everyone else, you can experience, challenging or upsetting situations at any stage in life, sometimes these experiences can lead to further ongoing conflicted feelings, behaviours and distressing emotions, people can agonize over them for many years before managing to talk about them. This is because it can sometimes take considerable time for a person to be able to internalise the hurt, pain and confused emotions before finally being able take a first step towards seeking help and support from friends, family or with therapy. Engaging with a therapist with online counselling can give an improved experience when taking this first step. When talking about their personal experiences with me, many of my clients have discovered that a sound only therapy session has reduced the anxiety involved, it made it a less stressful experience to talk about their experiences, than regular in person therapy sessions, after some time, a client may eventually change over to video sessions if they request it. Changing your life with therapy Making personal changes or trying to cope with life is not always easy and feeling lost or confused is quite normal when dealing with major life changes or while trying to take responsibility for your life and change or find new life choices. Is it my fault I feel this way? We all experience life’s up and downs and generally manage to cope, when we experience life changing events like a death of a loved one or the loss of a partner through divorce or separation it can become a life changing event that influences our inner emotional world and changes how we feel about our life and who we are as people. How long do I need to stay in therapy? The number of therapy sessions needed will be dependant on a number of conditions, firstly how complex are the issues involved and what does the client want to achieve. A seemingly simple problem to the client set around becoming more confident, could lead to the therapy uncovering major problems with self-worth and low self- esteem, stemming from being bullied at school or child abuse, a much more complex problem emerges that will need more time. So, it is almost impossible to discover how many sessions you will need from the first consultation. A good way to measure this is to reassess the therapy every four sessions or so and ask, Have I made any progress? do I need more therapy? What do I want to do now? How long will it take to feel any benefit from therapy? Many people feel that the first online counselling or psychotherapy session has made a difference to how they feel, some feel lighter and better-off and others can feel emotionally tired but less confused, the experience is always going to be unique to the person, it will also vary considerably form person to person, but normally I find the outcome is usually positive and constructive and well received. A client’s expectations can have very important impact on progress, someone who has very little self-compassion and has unrealistic expectations, can set themselves up to fail. Expecting to much progress can make any benefit they notice look like a disappointment, not a beneficial change, this is where the therapist can help support the client by challenging their expectations and maybe building self- compassion. Sometimes a lot of fast beneficial changes can have its own problems, it can take time to adapt to the new way of being, becoming more confident will often bring more experiences and opportunities, that can mean more social contact, and that can be a bit unnerving at first until you get used to it. How long you will take to feel any benefit from having therapy online will depend on your expectations and ability to change.
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Welcome to online therapy

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Are you looking for a professional therapist providing online counselling, or online psychotherapy? Are you in need of an online therapy service that offers flexible weekend and evening appointments at a very competitive rate? My name is Adrian, I have been a professional therapist offering both face to face traditional therapy sessions and online therapy sessions to my clients for several years. I was one of the very first to offer a professional full-time online counselling and psychotherapy service. I offer a confidential caring and supportive alternative to face to face therapy, I also developed and follow my cognizance therapeutic principle (CTP) when working as a therapist. more about me here

ONLINE THERAPY SESSIONS

online counselling and psychotherapy Benefits There are many positive benefits with online counselling for people who need to talk in confidence to a therapist or psychotherapist over the internet for personal reasons. Just like normal therapy in online counselling video sessions you can see the therapist and interact with them visually while you are still in your own home environment or even from the workplace, working with a therapist with a complex problem may help you find a counseling breakthrough towards finding answers. More info Therapy only using sound To help you stay anonymous and more comfortable and relaxed you can use the sound only option when having therapy and remain hidden from view, this way of having therapy online allows you to hear and interact with the therapist on your terms. People using sound only can feel that it is easier to express themselves as they feel safer less exposed less anxious and not so intimidated with a sense of more control and confidence. More info Therapy using Video When talking to a therapist online you may want to use your web-cam for therapy to visually interact and cooperate over the Internet, some people prefer this way of communicating as it gives them a similar experience to the customary face to face type of therapeutic setting. Most internet enabled devices now have cameras, this allows more people to use video for online therapy. More info More personal freedom You can talk from your home or while you are in work or even sat in your car, anywhere you can connect to the world wide web you can talk about the problems you face in confidence, you can engage with a therapist on your terms in a less formal and less stressful way. Less stress less anxiety Talking about issues in your life for the first time, can be a difficult experience full of anxiety, including coping difficult emotions, such as guilt shame anger and feelings of embarrassment. or a fear of being judged, this is where this online therapy website can really help lower the stress and anxiety when looking for online counselling & psychotherapy. Anonymous Clients You can remain hidden from the therapist while only using voice and not using video, for many people it is an option that feels safer and less stressful when talking about personal issues, you can also take further steps to hide your identity with online counselling. More info Talking to a therapist online I understand that talking to a therapist is sometimes a very difficult step to take, it may have taken years for you to find the courage to even think about having therapy, although it can seem stressful talking about the past, it can also be a very empowering emotional journey that can enhance the healing process. Just like everyone else, you can experience, challenging or upsetting situations at any stage in life, sometimes these experiences can lead to further ongoing conflicted feelings, behaviours and distressing emotions, people can agonize over them for many years before managing to talk about them. This is because it can sometimes take considerable time for a person to be able to internalise the hurt, pain and confused emotions before finally being able take a first step towards seeking help and support from friends, family or with therapy. Engaging with a therapist with online counselling can give an improved experience when taking this first step. When talking about their personal experiences with me, many of my clients have discovered that a sound only therapy session has reduced the anxiety involved, it made it a less stressful experience to talk about their experiences, than regular in person therapy sessions, after some time, a client may eventually change over to video sessions if they request it. Changing your life with therapy Making personal changes or trying to cope with life is not always easy and feeling lost or confused is quite normal when dealing with major life changes or while trying to take responsibility for your life and change or find new life choices. Is it my fault I feel this way? We all experience life’s up and downs and generally manage to cope, when we experience life changing events like a death of a loved one or the loss of a partner through divorce or separation it can become a life changing event that influences our inner emotional world and changes how we feel about our life and who we are as people. How long do I need to stay in therapy? The number of therapy sessions needed will be dependant on a number of conditions, firstly how complex are the issues involved and what does the client want to achieve. A seemingly simple problem to the client set around becoming more confident, could lead to the therapy uncovering major problems with self- worth and low self-esteem, stemming from being bullied at school or child abuse, a much more complex problem emerges that will need more time. So, it is almost impossible to discover how many sessions you will need from the first consultation. A good way to measure this is to reassess the therapy every four sessions or so and ask, Have I made any progress? do I need more therapy? What do I want to do now? How long will it take to feel any benefit from therapy? Many people feel that the first online counselling or psychotherapy session has made a difference to how they feel, some feel lighter and better-off and others can feel emotionally tired but less confused, the experience is always going to be unique to the person, it will also vary considerably form person to person, but normally I find the outcome is usually positive and constructive and well received. A client’s expectations can have very important impact on progress, someone who has very little self-compassion and has unrealistic expectations, can set themselves up to fail. Expecting to much progress can make any benefit they notice look like a disappointment, not a beneficial change, this is where the therapist can help support the client by challenging their expectations and maybe building self-compassion. Sometimes a lot of fast beneficial changes can have its own problems, it can take time to adapt to the new way of being, becoming more confident will often bring more experiences and opportunities, that can mean more social contact, and that can be a bit unnerving at first until you get used to it. How long you will take to feel any benefit from having therapy online will depend on your expectations and ability to change.
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