Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any differences between using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in an online therapy session versus in-person?

CBT is well suited for online therapy because of its focus on active participation and interaction between the therapist and client. Clients’ access to therapy from their chosen location aligns with the CBT therapist’s solution-focused approach and desire to help their clients make practical and specific improvements. Most, if not all, CBT approaches can be adapted to an online format.

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