Counselling & Psychotherapy
Online Counselling is a talking therapy in which you access a counsellor via a secure, confidential online video platform. Our online counsellors help you to discover how to manage difficulties in your life.
Online Counselling with Click Therapies usually consists of 6 to 12 sessions. Your online counsellor does not usually offer advice on what course of action to take, instead the counselling is about helping you to work out your own solutions in your own way, like a journey of self-discovery.
Find out more about how we can help you with counselling & psychotherapy.
How does counselling & psychotherapy work?
Online Counselling with Click Therapies usually consists of 6 to 12 sessions lasting between 50- 60 minutes. Counselling is about helping you to work out your own solutions in your own way, like a journey of self-discovery.
Is online counselling & psychotherapy for me?
It can be a daunting prospect to admit that you have a problem that requires treatment in counselling. However, we at Click Therapies provide friendly and professional online counsellors. Our experienced counsellors are ready to connect with you online using face to face video technology from the comfort of your own home in a safe and supportive way.
Online counselling could help if you:
• are having difficulties in managing long-term health conditions
• are having difficulty in coping with a bereavement
• experiencing stress in your relationships
• have chronic pain
• have an addiction
• have depression
What you can in your online counselling sessions
Your personal therapist will provide you with online structured sessions in which your main problem will be discussed and how this affects you in your daily life. Each session will usually last around 60 minutes and we recommend that these take place ideally on a weekly basis or at least once every 2 weeks.
In your sessions, your therapist will work with you, to help you understand your problems and separate them into manageable parts, such as your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
You and your therapist will explore these areas together and determine if these are unrealistic or unhelpful, and to understand how they interfere with your daily life.
Your therapist will then be able to help you to explore how to challenge unhelpful thoughts and change unhelpful behaviours. The overall goal of counselling is to help enable you to start working towards living your life in a way that feels more satisfying.