An online therapy session is essentially the same as an office visit, but with the convenience and location of your choosing. You will be asked about your current emotional symptoms, potential factors contributing to these symptoms, your history, and what you would like to accomplish in therapy. Using this information, your therapist will develop a thorough assessment and recommend a treatment plan. This will be an ongoing conversation that adapts as your needs change over time.
A lot of questions can come with receiving a diabetes diagnosis at any age. But remember, there are many resources available to help you manage your condition. Thanks to the increasing popularity of digital healthcare, it is now easier than ever to book an appointment that works with your schedule, allowing you to stay on top of your health with continuous care. Set up a virtual visit for online diabetes treatment today.
Congratulations; you’ve made the decision to consider online therapy. My goal here is to provide more clarity about the experience from my perspective as a therapist, my professional experiences working with individuals online, and what you can expect from an online visit.
If you are a parent or guardian thinking about pursuing counseling for your child and are confused about what that might look like, you are not alone! Over the years, I have talked to many parents who were embarrassed or uncomfortable asking questions about therapy.
September is Suicide Prevention Month – which aims to create hope through action by creating safe spaces for those struggling with the goal of preventing suicide all together. The issue is far reaching. Nearly 46,000 individuals died by suicide in 2020, and 46% of those people had a known mental health condition. Although mental health issues and illnesses, like depression, can lead to suicide, there are many reasons someone may decide to take their own life. However, most people believe that suicide can be prevented.
Getting Couples Therapy Online
It’s natural for relationships to have moments of frustration. But if you and your partner are having
difficulty communicating, or you’re constantly arguing and unable to resolve conflicts, it may be a good
idea to consider couples therapy.
Now is the time to try telemedicine!
Amwell® can help you feel better faster. Register now for access to our online doctors 24 hours a day.