Distance therapy, also known as tele-psychology, occurs by video-chat or phone. The concept of tele-psychology is relatively new, but therapists have long offered it as an adjunct to treatment when clients need additional support during an unforeseen crisis or are unable to make office visits due to scheduling conflicts.
As web-based applications grow more sophisticated, many people are turning to distance therapy as their preferred mode of treatment because it eliminates barriers that would otherwise prevent them from receiving help such as limited free time and the inconvenience of traveling to a therapist's office, lack of childcare, or a fear of stigma.
Please contact me if you would like to explore this option.
In-home therapy is offered to clients when childcare, transportation or a chronic medical condition creates a barrier to treatment. This option for therapy is especially helpful for new mothers who want to address issues related to their transition to parenthood, but who do not want the hassle of leaving home with an infant or scheduling a sitter.
The structure of in-home therapy is the same as treatment in an office setting except that I travel to you for our weekly appointments. If you are a stay-at-home parent, sessions are typically scheduled around baby's nap time or when older children are in school.
Please contact me to discuss this convenient treatment option for you.
Walk + Talk
Walk + Talk is a therapeutic alternative for people who find tranquility in nature or who wish to incorporate health and fitness goals into their treatment. New parents also find that this mode of therapy works very well with infants who nap soundly while in a carrier or stroller.
Weather permitting, I meet clients in a predetermined location where our session is held outside while engaging in light to moderate physical exercise. This unorthodox therapy style has gained in popularity across the country with nature enthusiasts and city-dwellers alike.
If you would like more information about Walk + Talk, please contact me.