Is Online Therapy for Me?

I have transitioned my practice to an online format during this pandemic and can work with client who live in Michigan.

Online therapy isn’t for everyone. Some prefer in person therapy. Here are some advantages of online therapy during this time.

Comfort in your own space. Pets, candles, and your favorite tea are welcome in our online therapy space.

Flexibility – whether that be your home, office, or your cottage up north.

Ease – No need to commute to therapy and find a parking space. Some parents like to schedule appointments during their children’s naps or time when a sitter is available. Often a client will schedule during lunches or flex time at work.

Private – Some appreciate more privacy with their visit to a therapist.

Accessible for those with challenges getting to an office – especially in the Michigan winters. Also, accessible for family members who may be in different parts of the city or even Michigan who may want to have a session together.

Health Options – Provides options for COVID safety, other medical struggles that may interfere with coming into the office.

Evidenced Based – Recent research is promising showing the effectiveness of online therapy.

Ethical and Legal – Online therapy is supported in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy ethical code, the State of Michigan Licensure Board rules and with most insurances.