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Advantages for Online Psychological Services

(e.g. Grohol, 1998; Mallen, Vogel, Rochlen, & Day, 2005; Richards & Viganó, 2013; Stofle, 2001):

* Accessible & time saving

No need to travel to our office. You can get help from wherever you are in the world. Even if you are geographically isolated or you cannot access treatment locally, all you need is a computer, tablet or mobile phone to contact us.

* Anonymous

No risk of exposing yourself face-to-face in the waiting room.

* Effectiveness

– It is a similar impact as face-to-face therapy.

Terms and Conditions of our Online Services

 

Online treatment does not provide an emergency or crisis response service. If you are feeling suicidal, in a crisis, or in a life threatening situation,

please seek help immediately:

Call your local emergency services (Ambulance/Police).

Or, present at your nearest hospital emergency department.

 

Reference:

Grohol, J.M. (1998). Future clinical directions: professional development, pathology, and psychotherapy on-line. In: Gackenbach, J.(ed.), Psychology and the Internet: intrapersonal, interpersonal, and transpersonal implications. San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 111–140.

Mallen, M.J., Vogel, D.L., Rochlen, A.B., & Day, S.X. (2005). Online counseling: Reviewing the literature from a counseling psychology framework, Counseling Psychologist, 33 (6), pp. 819-871, doi: 10.1177/0011000005278624.

Richards, D. & Viganó, N. (2013). Online counseling: A narrative and critical review of the literature, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 69 (9), pages 994–1011, doi: 10.1002/jclp.21974

Stofle, G.S. (2001). Choosing an online therapist: a step-by-step guide to finding professional help on the Web. Harrisburg, PA: White Hat Communications.