Many therapists resisted going online for years. It’s exciting to see that COVID-19 finally changed their minds.
The coronavirus has resulted in stress, anxiety, and fear—symptoms that might motivate a person to see a therapist. Because of social distancing, however, in-person sessions are less possible. For many, this has raised the prospect of online therapy. For clients in need of warmth and reassurance, could this work? Studies and my experience suggests it does.
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