Online Therapy via Skype

Talk to a therapist online via Skype

Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, PhD; I am a Professional ONLINE THERAPIST and I offer online therapy via Skype for the treatment of anxiety, depression, addictions, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anger Management Online, Stress Management and treatment for PTSD and any other emotional problems that you may be struggling with. During these online therapy sessions I will teach you effective methods for working with your emotions and patterns of reactive-compulsive thinking using the well-established techniques of Mindfulness Therapy and Online Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which is particularly effective for anxiety and depression and you can learn more about this style of psychotherapy by reading the many articles on this site ONLINE THERAPY and by watching the videos on my main online therapy site and on my YouTube Online Therapy Video channel.

Here is an introductory video about online Skype therapy:



Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy

Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy

Internet Therapy via Skype

Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy
Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong. I'm a professional registered psychotherapist. I live in Colorado, and I offer online Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy via Skype.

Now this type of treatment, also known as Internet Therapy, is becoming increasingly popular. Many folks like the ease of having the capability to schedule an internet session, rather than driving to a therapist's office. Also, scheduling therapy within the Internet allows you to get a greater
access to different types of therapists. For example, there is now an increasing amount of people who are particularly enthusiastic about Mindfulness Therapy and this Buddhist form of psychotherapy generally, because they find it a much more productive way of working with emotions in relation to the old-fashioned chat treatments. And really, Mindfulness Therapy is incredibly great for working with anxiety disorders, including panic attacks, depression, injury (including PTSD), along with other forms of very difficult emotions which have become stuck and will not be resolved.

The process that I use, Mindfulness Therapy, you may read a lot more about that on my website, If you're thinking about Internet Therapy and would like to schedule a Skype session with me, please visit my web site, fill out among the contact forms, and let us start a discussion first of all to see if this really is proper for you, and then we are able to go ahead and schedule a session.

Thanks, and welcome to internet Mindfulness Therapy from Boulder, Colorado.

Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy
Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy

Mindfulness-centered Online Psychotherapy has gained great popularity over recent years. It provides the tools you have to manage depression, anxiety and emotional stress in the comfort of your own house and it's also much more affordable. And, of course mindfulness is becoming the favorite knowledge tool for creating the right inner surroundings by which transformation and healing occur.

The convenience of Internet Mindfulness Therapy is among the very most cited reasons why a growing number of individuals are turning to this first. Lots of people would like the chance of working on resolving previous trauma, depression, anxiety, stress or their psychological difficulties but just don't have time to commute to and from. We correspond through email to work out a time that is handy and then contact through Skype to start a session. It is incredibly simple, and what is more amazing is that the Skype video-call service is free. Payment for sessions is also not difficult to make online through PayPal, which is very protected.

Aside from the convenience, On-Line Therapy is typically considerably less intimidating than sitting in a waiting room and going to your therapist's office. The client controls the whole procedure and this is empowering, which will be very important for the transformational process. Running a therapy/coaching session in the familiar environment of one's residence or office can also be more contributory and helps the client get in contact with his or her feelings, which is of course crucial for great treatment.

Most on-line sessions are a mix of therapy and counseling. As a mindfulness-based therapist, I alternate between truly being a teacher, coach and counselor, for resolving tough emotions in the core level providing education and guidance on the use of mindfulness. That's one facet of the work of treatment that is online. The other involves experiential work with all the client, helping her or him get in contact with emotions that are core to facilitate their resolution through mindfulness -based techniques. This approach works particularly well in Skype video sessions because customers feel so much at ease in the comfort of their home.
Another characteristic of internet therapy is the fact that customers are encouraged to e-mail me in between sessions when they have some questions regarding the homework assignments they have been given. In this way the healing process has continuity, which may be lacking in more conventional approaches, and the client feels they have mentor and a friend to turn to when the demand arises.

Feeling comfortable with the therapist/coach/teacher is important and within my On-Line Mindfulness Therapy sessions, I take great attempts to answer my client's questions throughout a session or through electronic mail. It is my policy that she or he should feel great about each session and that each session should bring some tangible progress for the client. That after all is the essential factor which you should utilize to determine whether any therapist, online or in person, is right for you personally. What matters is that you simply feel that you've got gained from every individual session. Most clients who come to me notice major developments within 4-5 sessions, not 4- 5 years as in some forms of discussing therapy that is conventional.

 The focus of internet treatment/training is on teaching clients the abilities and tools which help them break free in the grip of depression and stress or other emotions that are difficult, and we can all profit from that. It might not be the very first pick for individuals with a clinical state, but most folks do not need a mental disease; we just need anyone to speak to who understands and can instruct some practical tools for handling the pressures of life and the emotional challenges inherent in a marriage or another personal relationship. Actually, the need for top quality counseling and treatment, including the quite popular mindfulness-based psychotherapy, far outstrips the availability of quality suppliers, which is yet another reason why you ought to seriously consider online counseling as an option.

Finally there's the problem of cost. Normally, due to reduce overheads, online treatment is considerably less expensive than conventional therapy sessions. The sole drawback is that online treatment will be covered by few insurance companies, as it's still comparatively new and the Establishment takes time to adopt innovations.
Most online counselors will demand pre payment for a session, but I prefer to accept payment following a session. That manner, no cost is incurred if a customer believes that the service is not right for them. It is another good means of getting to that all important comfort level where the client feels that this is really the right option for them, which it's for the growing variety of individuals who want to understand better skills for handling their emotions through coaching sessions that are internet.

I practice both in office and online and find both strategies to be effective, and there certainly are an increasing number of therapists who provide both choices and feel the same manner.

Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy
Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy

Discover more about Mindfulness Therapy Online for the treatment of Anxiety Disorders and Depression and for recovery from Addictions Online by Skype.
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Mindfulness-based Internet Therapy