Online therapy using sound only

There are advantages with using sound for online counselling or psychotherapy if you feel intimidated by video, or you want to keep your privacy and remain anonymous when having therapy online.

Online therapy without the video

I have been supporting people over the internet as a professional therapist for several years, starting the first therapy sessions using only voice and not using any web cameras, having the ability to only communicate using  speech in the therapy sessions, helped many people to talk about themselves who would normally not have been able to do so, it has allowed many people to seek help and support online, much quicker than they would otherwise have been able to with traditional face to face therapy or using a video option via a webcam. When providing a voice only therapy service, where you could only talk and not use video, I discovered that it had a lot of benefits for people seeking help over the internet, this way of conversing with a therapist often helped them to talk openly about emotionally difficult topics, often including what to them were embarrassing issues centred around sex or very difficult and distressing experiences such as sexual abuse and other difficult topics. Having therapy while unseen Talking to a therapist while remaining unseen over the internet seems to provide people in emotional distress a better overall experience, I have been told by clients that it feels safer and there is often less anxiety or feelings of awkwardness, even though the person maybe talking about their experience to a therapist for the very first time, it can help to significantly to reduce the levels of anxiety felt during the interaction.

 The common reasons why sound only therapy sessions are preferred by some.

Feels less intrusive. How I look does not matter. How I dress is not important. I feel more relaxed. I feel less anxious with no camera. I do not feel so exposed. I feel less embarrassed. I can talk honestly about me without feeling judged. No eye contact. I feel more in control. It feels safer. Most of my therapy sessions are often provided with the sound only option, and this is still the most requested therapy option I have, but it is not for everyone as some people need to use video so they can communicate visually, but being able to start with sound only to talk, and then having the option to progress to video when it feels possible, is a practical option towards making progress. It is important to have the freedom to choose, what works best for you when you want it.
Online therapy sessions with sound only
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Online therapy using sound only

There are advantages with using sound for online counselling or psychotherapy if you feel intimidated by video, or you want to keep your privacy and remain anonymous when having therapy online.

Online therapy without

the video

I have been supporting people over the internet as a professional therapist for several years, starting the first therapy sessions using only voice and not using any web cameras, having the ability to only communicate using  speech in the therapy sessions, helped many people to talk about themselves who would normally not have been able to do so, it has allowed many people to seek help and support online, much quicker than they would otherwise have been able to with traditional face to face therapy or using a video option via a webcam. When providing a voice only therapy service, where you could only talk and not use video, I discovered that it had a lot of benefits for people seeking help over the internet, this way of conversing with a therapist often helped them to talk openly about emotionally difficult topics, often including what to them were embarrassing issues centred around sex or very difficult and distressing experiences such as sexual abuse and other difficult topics. Having therapy while unseen Talking to a therapist while remaining unseen over the internet seems to provide people in emotional distress a better overall experience, I have been told by clients that it feels safer and there is often less anxiety or feelings of awkwardness, even though the person maybe talking about their experience to a therapist for the very first time, it can help to significantly to reduce the levels of anxiety felt during the interaction.

 The common reasons why sound only therapy sessions are

preferred by some.

Feels less intrusive. How I look does not matter. How I dress is not important. I feel more relaxed. I feel less anxious with no camera. I do not feel so exposed. I feel less embarrassed. I can talk honestly about me without feeling judged. No eye contact. I feel more in control. It feels safer. Most of my therapy sessions are often provided with the sound only option, and this is still the most requested therapy option I have, but it is not for everyone as some people need to use video so they can communicate visually, but being able to start with sound only to talk, and then having the option to progress to video when it feels possible, is a practical option towards making progress. It is important to have the freedom to choose, what works best for you when you want it.
Online therapy sessions with sound only
All copyrights reserved. Online Therapy Services

Online therapy using sound only

There are advantages with using sound for online counselling or psychotherapy if you feel intimidated by video, or you want to keep your privacy and remain anonymous when having therapy online.

Online therapy without the video

I have been supporting people over the internet as a professional therapist for several years, starting the first therapy sessions using only voice and not using any web cameras, having the ability to only communicate using  speech in the therapy sessions, helped many people to talk about themselves who would normally not have been able to do so, it has allowed many people to seek help and support online, much quicker than they would otherwise have been able to with traditional face to face therapy or using a video option via a webcam. When providing a voice only therapy service, where you could only talk and not use video, I discovered that it had a lot of benefits for people seeking help over the internet, this way of conversing with a therapist often helped them to talk openly about emotionally difficult topics, often including what to them were embarrassing issues centred around sex or very difficult and distressing experiences such as sexual abuse and other difficult topics. Having therapy while unseen Talking to a therapist while remaining unseen over the internet seems to provide people in emotional distress a better overall experience, I have been told by clients that it feels safer and there is often less anxiety or feelings of awkwardness, even though the person maybe talking about their experience to a therapist for the very first time, it can help to significantly to reduce the levels of anxiety felt during the interaction.

 The common reasons why sound only therapy

sessions are preferred by some.

Feels less intrusive. How I look does not matter. How I dress is not important. I feel more relaxed. I feel less anxious with no camera. I do not feel so exposed. I feel less embarrassed. I can talk honestly about me without feeling judged. No eye contact. I feel more in control. It feels safer. Most of my therapy sessions are often provided with the sound only option, and this is still the most requested therapy option I have, but it is not for everyone as some people need to use video so they can communicate visually, but being able to start with sound only to talk, and then having the option to progress to video when it feels possible, is a practical option towards making progress. It is important to have the freedom to choose, what works best for you when you want it.
Online therapy sessions with sound only
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