Teletherapy in the Time of Corona
Teletherapy in the Time of Corona

There’s nothing quite like a global pandemic to help further break down the stigma built around mental health. For years, mental health care such as counseling or therapy has been considered borderline taboo; something only people struggling from severe mental illness required, and nothing the general public should be concerned with. More and more Americans... » read more

BetterHelp FAQ
BetterHelp FAQ

BetterHelp is one of the largest online counseling platforms that exist today. BetterHelp offers a wide variety and delivering a new way than old fashioned therapy. Many people have started using an online platform such as BetterHelp for their healthcare needs in times like these. BetterHelp is the largest online therapy platform. It has many... » read more

5 Benefits of Online Counseling for Mental Health
5 Benefits of Online Counseling for Mental Health

Nearly 44 million people in the United States, older than 18, suffer from a mental disorder each year. Anxiety and depression are two of the most common forms of mental disorders. These disorders can have negative impacts on your life and turn into larger problems without proper treatment and care. Continue reading to discover all... » read more

The benefits of online counselling
The benefits of online counselling

Online counselling is effective and will be more widely used in the future. Communication takes place in so many different forms and counselling is no exception. Open up in the safety of your own home The benefits of online counselling include being in the comfort of your own home when discussing your innermost thoughts and... » read more

Anxiety in children and adults
Anxiety in children and adults

Information about anxiety: Anxiety is the most common problem for children and adults. Fear or worry at normal levels and frequency are helpful and adaptive because some situations are really dangerous. Worry can be a way of preparing for a situation. When that fear interferes with normal functioning, it may be that an anxiety disorder... » read more

Strategies to reduce worrying
Strategies to reduce worrying

  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  strategies for worry Worry is one form of anxiety that can be targeted with CBT interventions such as exposure, problem-solving and cognitive change techniques. What is worrying, and when is it a problem? Worrying is thinking too much about what might happen – usually leaning to anything negative. Everyone worries sometimes;... » read more

Benefits of online counselling
Benefits of online counselling

The benefits of online counselling are clear. Choosing a therapist online means you can choose the therapist that is most suited to you from a wider geographic location. Online counselling in the privacy of your own home can make it easier to feel safer and to be more open with a counsellor than if you... » read more