Would you like to access high quality counselling, at a time and place most convenient for you?
If you are seeking help but cannot easily access good quality psychotherapy, that either fits your busy schedule or is accessible in your area – online counselling can offer the perfect solution.
Skype and face-time, counselling or coaching, can be very effective in helping people discover how to address a wide range of issues: from anxiety and depression, to relationship and career concerns.
Research indicates that online psychotherapy can be equally as effective
as face-to-face consultations.
At KlearMinds our online psychologist has helped many individuals address their issues successfully via Skype and Face-Time.
Jo Frost – Psychotherapist, Occupational Psychologist
MSc (Psych), PG Dip, BSc, UKCP
Jo provides our Online Counselling via Skype and Face-Time for clients who cannot easily access of London centres. Jo is a highly experienced psychotherapist and psychologist with over 14 year experience. She excels in helping people address their concerns in a manner that clients find highly supportive, educational and empowering.
Jo has helped people successfully address a wide range of issues including: relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, work issues and career issues, low mood, stress, panic disorders, bullying, trauma, eating disorders, low self-esteem and more listed below.
Jo is skilled in a range of therapeutic approaches including: psychodynamic psychotherapy, humanistic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and coaching techniques. This training and experience enable her to skilfully tailor her interventions to best suit the learning style of each client she works with. She can help you understand what is going wrong and identify the strategies that will help you move forward, as quickly as possible. Learn more.
Talking to a Skype psychologist is very secure. In fact, Skype’s video and chat services use encryption technology, which is one of the most advanced forms of Internet security that is currently widely available. Even if a person managed to intercept a message, it would be in a complex code that they would be unable to decipher.
Here are some of the issues that online counselling can help you address:
Here are a few situations where online coaching and counselling might be the preferred method of getting help: