Online counseling and therapy allows you to have your counseling session through the comfort of your own home! You will be able to see your Therapist on your computer screen and you access this through our safe and secure patient portal. Path to Hope Counseling's Therapists are located in the Raleigh, NC area but are able to see clients in the state of North Carolina.
You just need a computer, tablet, or a smartphone with a webcam and a microphone. It is a convenient and easily accessible option for those who want to receive counseling from the comfort of their own home.
What are the benefits of online counseling?
It takes away the intimidation and stigma of traditional counseling as it is conducted in the comfort of your own home
More choice in available Counselors
There is no traffic to deal with
It is convenient, hours are more flexible than traditional counseling
It brings counseling to clients who may have time constraints, physical disabilities or live in rural locations
What skills do I need to benefit from online counseling?
A willingness to be open and honest can really make the difference in how much benefit you receive from the services. Being comfortable with technology and having patience in case of any technological problems.
How does Online Counseling work?
Once we set up a time to meet you will login to my patient portal which you will receive when you schedule your first appointment. All video sessions are done through a secure, HIPPA compliant platform and I will send you a link when you make an appointment. This provides a real time, two-way conversation over the internet. We will be able to see and hear each other.
Is it just as effective as In Person Therapy?
In my experience it is just as effective if not more so! I have seen amazing therapeutic results from Online therapy and counseling. Clients love it becuase it is done fin their own space and they don't have to worry about driving anywhere, deal with traffic and can be at home and simply log on for their session.
Important Notice: Online counseling is not appropriate for people who are suicidal, self-injuring, homicidal, or who have severe mental health issues.
If you feel severely depressed, suicidal, or you think you are about to hurt yourself or someone else, call 911, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room for help.
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