Every issue that may be discussed in face to face counselling can also be explored in an online session. This may include but is not limited to:
Unfortunately, an internet connection isn’t always stable, so it’s important that the client find a relatively strong connection. On top of this, not everyone is comfortable using technology. Fortunately, video calls are very straightforward, you simply receive a link in your email before the call and open the link to join the call – many platforms don’t require you to download an additional application. Finally, if you are doing therapy on your phone, you may receive emails, alerts or notifications that can be distracting.
Telehealth counselling is delivered via phone or video sessions. You only need a mobile or landline phone for a phone session. The online therapist will call you. For video sessions, you’ll need a phone, tablet, or laptop, access to email and a stable internet connection. I use Zoom counselling as my preferred platform as it is secure and confidential. However, if you have a preferred software, such as Skype or Microsoft Teams, this can be discussed.
I can offer Telehealth therapy and online counselling in Australia anywhere that has a stable internet connection. Clients are often in areas such as: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo.
If you’re looking for a Telehealth counselling in Australia, Ben offers this type of therapy in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, and anywhere with a stable internet connection.