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How It Works

Online therapy works almost exactly like seeing a therapist in-person. The only difference is that appointments happen online, which has numerous benefits …

  • TIME SAVING – are you busy and don’t have the time to come or travel to sessions?

  • MONEY SAVING – are travel, time and session costs prohibitive to see a therapist in-person?

  • FLEXIBLE – fit your sessions in between your child care, work, and other responsibilities

  • ACCESSIBLE – access services from anywhere at a time convenient to you.

  • SAFE & SECURE– many people are more at ease talking from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a secure Internet connection and a space to talk freely.

Is This For Me?

Psychotherapy

You may be wondering if you need a therapist … or if a coach would be more appropriate for your lifestyle. In reality, you could probably answer “yes” to both.

With growth in the fields of psychotherapy, there often isn’t much of a discernible difference between them. You will find both psychotherapists and coaches working from “positive psychology” or “solution-focused” approaches that are future-oriented and focus more on your strengths and goals than on your past.

One major difference is that psychotherapy is often regulated by each individual state. As a psychotherapist, I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in California and practice under the laws of the State of California.

Book a free consultation to see if online therapy is appropriate for you and your personal situation.

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Please note: Not all issues may be appropriate for online work. I can help advise you if online therapy may be the right fit for you.

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