Online Therapy

Are you experiencing anxiety around the Covid-19 pandemic?

Overwhelmed with managing homeschooling, work and chores?

Feeling isolated, lonely, and cut-off from people you love?

Disconnected from your body and unable to focus on things?

You are not alone. The entire world has been thrown into uncertainty, fear and unexpected trauma. We don’t know when this end, how it will end, and whether we will ever feel safe in the company of others again. As we come to terms with our new normal, it is critical to take care of our mental health at this time.

Online Therapy Can Help You Through Covid-19

The good news is that with the help of a compassionate therapist you can cope with all that the pandemic has brought and even find meaning. In online therapy, you can:

  • openly share your thoughts, stressors, and fears
  • process, manage and accept feelings like loneliness, anger and frustration
  • find a way forward with your life even though it may be seem impossible and stopped
  • think through ways of  handling conflicts or other pressing issues

As your therapist, I will work with you to find the best way for you to get started with online therapy so you can get the help you need.

How Online Therapy Works

Online therapy works pretty much like in-person therapy, except we will meet on Doxy.me a secure HIPAA compliant telehealth website. I have a “waiting room” where you log in with a click of a button and we’re on! Current law requires you to be located in New York state where I am licensed to practice.

In online therapy, depending on your needs, I will use all the same counseling and therapy techniques I would use in my office, including Brainspotting.

You May Be Thinking…

Is online therapy effective? Is it worth it?

This article from Psychology Today and this one from Good Therapy cite studies that show that online therapy is just as helpful as in-person therapy. On a personal level, I have found that online therapy takes a session to get used to after which my clients and I find ways, by tweaking the position of our devices or ourselves, that enable us to see each other optimally. The biggest advantage of online therapy is the convenience! Client love that they don’t have to commute, or plan too much, and can be in the comfort of their homes. And of course, when it is safe to do so, I’d be happy to meet you at my convenient Midtown East location in NYC.

Why not make an investment in your mental health now, if you have the option, instead of waiting when it could get worse or you feel even more burnt out? You will find that it is incredibly relieving to have a time and space to unburden yourself and have someone focus on just you, where you don’t have to be the caregiver/planner/in-charge of everything and everyone.

Ready to Give it a Try?

Test it out by scheduling a free 20 minute consult with me. Email or complete the form on my Contact page and I’ll get back to you within 24 hours and often the same day.

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