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Online therapy, also known as e-counselling or teletherapy, is a form of online mental health counselling. It involves using video, audio, and text-based communication tools to connect with a licensed therapist online

Welcome to our online therapy clinic, where you can receive high-quality mental health care from the comfort of your own home.
Our licensed therapists and counsellors are dedicated to helping you navigate life's challenges and achieve greater emotional well-being. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or any other mental health concern, we are here to support you every step of the way.
With our secure and user-friendly video conferencing technology, you can easily connect with your therapist anywhere. We offer flexible scheduling options to accommodate your busy lifestyle, and our services are available to adult individuals and couples.
At our online psychotherapy platform, we believe that everyone deserves access to quality mental health care. That's why we offer affordable rates and accept various insurance plans. We also prioritize confidentiality and privacy, ensuring your personal information and therapy sessions are kept confidential.
Take the first step towards a happier and healthier life today by scheduling an appointment with one of our experienced therapists. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your mental health goals.

Our Approach

Online therapy is more convenient than in-person sessions for several reasons:
Flexibility: Online counselling allows clients to schedule sessions at a convenient time without having to worry about travel time or transportation.
Accessibility: Online therapy eliminates the need for clients to physically travel to a therapist's office, making it easier for people with mobility issues, disabilities, or transportation challenges to access therapy.
Comfort and privacy: Online therapy allows clients to receive treatment in the comfort of their own homes or any other private location they choose, which can help them feel more relaxed and open during sessions. It also provides an extra layer of privacy for clients who may be hesitant to seek in-person therapy.
Choice: With online therapy, clients can access a broader range of therapists than they would have in their local area. This means they can choose a therapist who specialises in their specific needs and preferences rather than settling for someone who is geographically convenient.
Lower costs: Online therapy can be less expensive than traditional counselling, as there are no costs associated with renting an office or maintaining a physical practice. This can make it a more affordable option for clients paying out-of-pocket for therapy.
Overall, online therapy offers a more flexible and convenient way for clients to access treatment, making prioritising their mental health and well-being easier.

Psychodynamic psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are two different approaches to psychotherapy that have some similarities but also significant differences.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy focuses on understanding the unconscious conflicts and early life experiences that may contribute to a person's mental health problems. The therapist helps the patient explore their unconscious thoughts and feelings and work through any repressed emotions or unresolved conflicts impacting their current behaviour. Psychodynamic therapy is often long-term and emphasises the importance of the therapeutic relationship to gain insight and promote growth.
In contrast, CBT is a form of therapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative patterns of thinking and behaviour that may contribute to a person's mental health problems. CBT is a more structured and goal-oriented approach emphasising the importance of present-day thinking and behaviour rather than exploring past experiences. The therapist works with the patient to identify negative or unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours and teaches them new coping strategies and ways of thinking to help them manage their symptoms.
Some critical differences between psychodynamic psychotherapy and CBT include the following:
•Focus: Psychodynamic therapy explores unconscious thoughts and feelings, while CBT focuses on changing negative thinking and behaviour patterns.
•Time frame: Psychodynamic therapy is typically a longer-term approach, while CBT is often shorter-term (typically around 12-16 sessions).
•Therapeutic relationship: Psychodynamic therapy emphasises the therapeutic relationship to promote insight and growth, while CBT tends to be more structured and goal-oriented.
•Treatment approach: Psychodynamic therapy is more exploratory and patient-led, while CBT is more structured and therapist-led.
Overall, both psychodynamic psychotherapy and CBT can be effective forms of therapy, and the choice between them will depend on the specific needs and goals of the patient.

Online therapy may not be suitable for individuals with severe or complex mental health conditions that require more intensive treatment or face-to-face interaction with a mental health professional. Here are some examples of mental health conditions that may not be suitable for online therapy:
Acute psychosis: Acute psychosis is a severe mental health condition characterised by losing contact with reality, delusions, hallucinations, and disorganised thinking. It often requires immediate medical attention and intensive treatment in a hospital setting.
Suicidal ideation: Individuals experiencing suicidal ideation require immediate intervention and may need to be hospitalised for safety.
Severe substance use disorders: Severe substance use disorders may require a higher level of care, such as inpatient or residential treatment.
Severe eating disorders: Severe eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa, require intensive treatment that includes medical monitoring and support, which may not be possible to provide through online counselling.
Severe personality disorders: Severe personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder, often require more intensive treatment or other specialised forms of psychotherapy.
Individuals in crisis: Individuals in crisis or experiencing severe distress may require immediate intervention and may be unable to wait for an online counselling session.
Individuals with mental health concerns need to seek an evaluation from a mental health professional to determine the appropriate level of care and treatment. While online therapy can be a helpful tool for many individuals, it may not be suitable for all mental health conditions.

Areas of Expertise

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a form of talk therapy that focuses on exploring the unconscious roots of emotional and mental distress. It is based on the idea that our thoughts, emotions, and behaviours are influenced by unconscious factors often rooted in our past experiences, particularly childhood ones.

In psychodynamic therapy, the therapist helps clients explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours in a safe and supportive environment. The therapist may use free association, dream analysis, and transference techniques to help clients uncover unconscious conflicts and gain insight into their emotional and behavioural patterns.

The goal of psychodynamic therapy is to help the client develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their past experiences, which can then lead to greater self-awareness and more fulfilling relationships. It is typically a long-term approach that can last several months or even years and may involve multiple weekly sessions.

Mental Health Assessment

A mental health assessment is a process of evaluating an individual's mental health status and determining if there is any need for intervention or treatment. It is typically conducted by a trained mental health professional, such as a psychologist, psychiatrist, or licensed therapist.

During a mental health assessment, the clinician will typically ask the individual questions about their symptoms, medical and psychiatric history, family history, and any medications they may be taking. The clinician may also administer standardized tests or questionnaires to help evaluate the individual's mental health status.

The assessment may cover various mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse, and personality disorders. The goal of the assessment is to gather as much information as possible about the individual's mental health and make a diagnosis, if necessary.

Once a diagnosis is made, the clinician can develop an individualized treatment plan tailored to the individual's needs. This may involve medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. The mental health assessment is an essential first step in improving mental health and well-being.


CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a type of psychotherapy focusing on the relationship between thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. It is based on the idea that negative thoughts and beliefs can contribute to negative emotions and behaviours, becoming self-perpetuating cycles.

In CBT, the therapist works with the client to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and beliefs and replace them with more realistic and positive ones. The therapist may also help the client to develop coping strategies and problem-solving skills to manage difficult situations.

CBT is a structured and time-limited approach that can treat various mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is typically delivered in a one-on-one or group setting and may involve homework assignments and other exercises to reinforce the skills learned in therapy.

Couples Counselling

Couples counselling is a therapy designed to help couples improve their relationship and resolve conflicts. A trained mental health professional, such as a licensed therapist or counsellor, typically conduct it.

During couples counselling, the therapist works with both partners to identify and address issues that may be causing distress in the relationship. This may include communication problems, disagreements over parenting, financial stress, infidelity, and intimacy issues.

The therapist may use various techniques to help couples improve their relationship, such as teaching communication skills, helping to build trust and intimacy, and developing strategies for resolving conflicts. The therapist may also help couples to explore their individual needs and goals and work together to find solutions that meet both partners' needs.

Couples counselling can be short-term or long-term, depending on the nature and severity of the issues being addressed. Couples counselling aims to improve communication, build trust and intimacy, and help couples create a more fulfilling and satisfying relationship.

both psychodynamic psychotherapy and CBT can be effective forms of therapy, and the choice between them will depend on the specific needs and goals of the patient

Online therapy may not be suitable for individuals with severe or complex mental health conditions that require more intensive treatment or face-to-face interaction with a mental health professional.


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