During the Coronavirus pandemic, are you unable to seek therapy because you or a loved one are at risk of the virus?
Does lack of childcare or a busy work schedule make it nearly impossible to commit to weekly appointments with a therapist?
Is it difficult to get therapy because you live in rural Nebraska with few options for therapists?
Would you honestly just prefer online therapy for the convenience, comfort, and privacy of getting to stay home for sessions?
Online therapy is an excellent choice for many people.
Research has shown for years that online therapy is just as effective as in-person therapy.
It breaks down many barriers to accessing services. And online treatment is much better than no treatment at all.
Online therapy has been rising in popularity for over a decade now. In fact, I have offered online therapy services since December 2018.
But with the recent pandemic, online services became one of the only methods of receiving therapy for a while.
This has opened up the option for more people to receive online therapy because most insurance companies are paying for those services right now.
What conditions can be treated online?
- Pregnancy and Postpartum Issues
- Grief and Loss
- And even Self-Harm and Suicide Thoughts
All that’s needed for online therapy is internet access and a phone or computer with a camera, speaker, and microphone.
Ready to get your life back?
Call me at (402) 937-9700 or email Christina@RiverCairnCounseling.com.
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