What is secure online video counselling?
The demands of modern-day life make it increasingly difficult to prioritize our psychological health – and advances in technology and the advent of remote work environments now increasingly making video-based communication an effective and efficient manner by which to obtain access to health services. The research evidence is clear: for the vast majority of clients, video counselling is as effective as in-office.
Who can benefit from online video counselling?
Our Online Video Counselling Services
Our team places a strong value on client-centered approaches that are collaborative, solution-focused, and grounded in evidence-based science. We work with clients on a range of issues, including but not limited to:
- Clients with busy schedules (work, families, etc.) as virtual counselling takes away travel time, cost, and stress.
- Clients who live anywhere in BC who may not have many options for therapists or psychologists in their community.
- Online video counselling reduces barriers to access (inability to take time off of work, living remotely, mobility issues).
- Existing clients who may want to supplement their in-office treatment with additional virtual sessions.
General Life Stress
Stress is common and normal, but when we endure it for long periods, it can be harmful to our physical and emotional well-being. Our clinicians teach a range of skills that work to enhance resiliency.
Everyone with a job will experience stress or conflict in the workplace at some point. Our clinicians have a range of evidence-based techniques that help you manage interpersonal relationships and enhance resiliency.
Healthy relationships are crucial to our well-being. We provide support around building connections, enhancing intimacy, and managing relationship difficulties (separation, divorce, co-parenting).
Feelings of anxiety are common, but when symptoms are persistent, it could indicate something more serious. Our evidenced-based tools help manage and treat generalized or social anxiety disorder, panic, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, and hoarding.
Our registered clinical counsellors have expertise in providing support using evidenced-based techniques to manage depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disorder.
Other Disorders & Issues
Our clinicians also provide support for eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder), borderline personality disorder, non-suicidal self-injury, chronic suicidality, substances use, misuse, and abuse, and chronic physical issues (pain, injury, disability).
Connecting is Easy and Safe
In order to take part in online video counselling, you will need access to a smartphone, laptop or desktop computer, and a secure WIFI connection. We use encrypted software to ensure your sessions are kept private and confidential.
How to Book an Appointment with Us
Ask your therapist about booking an video counselling session
Looking for more information about online video counselling?
Thanks to technology, we can now access a breadth of health services from the comfort of our home. Find out how virtual counselling is and how it can benefit you.