Online Therapy Solutions


Online Therapy Solutions provide Counselling via Phone/Video Chat.

This modern method is being used by more and more people.

What Is Counselling

Counselling is a two-way process of interpersonal communication in which you work one to one with a therapist to work through any emotional problems or issues which have been bothering you. Your therapist does this in a neutral and non-judgmental way, they are not there to tell you what to do or give you unwanted advice. They are there to help you find solutions to problems for yourself. Indeed, this is the focus of counselling, that there is nothing “wrong” with any of us and we have all the solutions and answers we need to any problems inside of us.

How does Counselling work?

Counselling often requires you to discuss upsetting emotions and painful memories. Bringing up these thoughts can feel difficult to start with and initially, you may feel worse. This process is necessary to move forward and in time, you should start to feel better.

To get the most from your counselling sessions you should aim to make them consistent. Some sessions will feel more helpful than others, but it’s important to realise that everything your counsellor is doing is designed to help you in the long run, even if it doesn’t feel like it in the beginning.

It’s also worth remembering that counselling is not a quick fix, and that your counsellor will not be able to tell you what to do. The counselling process requires a strong relationship between you and your counsellor and a degree of effort on your part – together these two elements create a successful method to help you resolve your issues.

If you have decided to try counselling, you might be feeling anxious about your first session. Making the decision to get help and address the issues you are facing is an important first step and should be commended. Knowing what to expect from a counselling session should help you feel more prepared and less nervous about your first appointment.

In your first session, it’s likely that your counsellor will ask you some questions in order to gain an understanding of what’s worrying you and the way your thought processes work. All of the information obtained here will be used to help you in future sessions.

Some questions your counsellor may ask include:

Why are you seeking counselling? – You’ll most likely be asked what it is that has brought you here. This is your opportunity to discuss exactly why you are there and what you hope to gain from counselling.

What is your current situation and personal history? – It is important to let your counsellor know your current situation, this includes any day-to-day issues you are facing and even your work and home life. Discussing your personal history will give your counsellor a chance to understand more about you as a person and why these issues may have occurred.

What symptoms are you experiencing? – Whether these are physical or psychological, it is important to discuss any symptoms with your counsellor.

It is advised that you be honest and open when answering these questions in order to get the most out of your counselling sessions.

During your counselling experience, you should aim to build a trusting relationship with your counsellor so that you feel safe and confident discussing your worries. 

This depends on your individual circumstances and will be based upon a thorough assessment by your therapist. The course of treatment usually lasts for between 5 and 20 sessions, with each session lasting 60 minutes.

You may be offered a single session of counselling, a short course of sessions over a few weeks or months, or a longer course that lasts for several months or years.

It can take a number of sessions before you start to see progress, but you should gradually start to feel better with the help and support of your therapist.

What Can It Help With

Counselling is a highly effective treatment for anxiety, depression and a range of other conditions. In fact, most mental health issues and indeed and many physical health conditions can benefit from a counselling based approach. Counselling is also extremely useful for helping you work through any past trauma, be it abuse, a specific traumatic event, grief and loss or something else.

  • a mental health condition, such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder
  • an upsetting physical health condition, such as infertility
  • addictions
  • a difficult life event, such as a bereavement, a relationship breakdown or work-related stress
  • difficult emotions – for example, low self-esteem or anger
  • other issues, such as sexual identity

Get in touch today. Please fill in the form below with all of your details. You will receive an email or phone call back to further discuss all of the Online Therapy options.

3 + 5 =

What Is Online Therapy?


Therapy is changing. Thousands of people are now receiving therapies via the internet; using a video chatting service such as FaceTime and Skype.

This is a modern way to receive therapy and has some great benefits. You can fit your sessions in around what you have going on. Being open to receiving therapy via the internet is the best way to start. Whether it's CBT or Hypnotherapy there is something for everyone.

Therapy Via Video or Phone


Receiving therapy via Video or Phone Call is a choice a lot of people make. You can relax in your own environment and talk using any popular video chat method. Join the people already receiving therapy online.