If scheduling concerns or other worries make you feel hesitant about addressing your emotional or mental health needs, online video therapy may be the solution. The highly skilled team at Thriving Center of Psychology in Midtown, New York, NY, SoHo, NY, Los Angeles, CA & Miami, FL provides outstanding treatment in the comfort of your home or office using internet-based video conferencing software. To find out if online video therapy is right for you, call the offices or schedule a consultation online today.
Online video therapy enables the skilled experts at Thriving Center of Psychology to provide high-quality treatment to you in the convenience of your home, office, or another location. Using web-based video conferencing software, your therapist or psychologist provides many of the same types of therapy that are available in-clinic, with the same personal attention and quality as face-to-face appointments.
Online video therapy has obvious benefits, like eliminating travel time, parking, and other concerns that can interfere with in-office appointments. But some patients find they prefer video therapy, and feel it’s more effective because they find it easier to open up about their feelings when they can do so in a private, comfortable space such as their own home.
Several studies comparing online therapy with in-person therapy show it to be equally effective for certain types of treatment, such as cognitive behavioral therapy. Research also indicates that several mental health conditions can be successfully treated with online video therapy.
The highly qualified experts at Thriving Center of Psychology have experience using online video therapy to address several mental health conditions, including:
Online video therapy is also useful for life coaching sessions.
For your online therapy sessions, you’ll need a computer with a high-speed internet connection, a camera, and a microphone. You’ll also need to be in a quiet, private room during your appointment.
You may need to download special videoconferencing software before your first appointment. After your consultation, your practitioner provides you with all the information you need to get ready for your first online video therapy appointment.
The experts at Thriving Center of Psychology recommend that you meet with your therapist or psychologist in person for your initial consultation. Depending on your needs, they may suggest that you also have periodic face-to-face appointments.
In some cases, in-office sessions aren’t required if distance or other individual factors prevent you from attending therapy appointments in person.
To schedule a consultation, call Thriving Center of Psychology or book online today.