Schedule your session or FREE consultation with a Therapist, Relationship Coach or Pennsylvania Licensed Counselor TODAY. With rates starting as low as $40 per session, it’s easy, affordable, and HIPPA secure! Don’t allow scheduling conflicts, long distances, or bad weather stop you from getting the help you need!
Maybe you feel stuck, lost, isolated or disconnected from yourself and others. Are you experiencing an issue with one or more of the following:
- Anxiety or Constant Worry
- Sadness or Low Mood
- Grief and Loss
- Adjusting to College Life
- Empty Nest
- Low Self-Esteem or Poor Confidence
- Life Transitions
- Job Burnout
- Loss of Meaning
- Relationship or Marital Problems
- Overwhelming Stress or Fear
- Postpartum Depression
Live Video Sessions These are 30 or 60 minute scheduled sessions that take place on a HIPPA secure video site. We can also incorporate couples therapy and relationship coaching into video sessions.
Phone Sessions These are secure 30 or 60 minute scheduled phone calls.
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What are the Benefits of eTalkTherapy?
- Convenience and Affordability.
eTalkTherapy is affordable and convenient. Since you attend sessions online or on the phone from the comfort of your home, dorm room or office, you can schedule your therapy or coaching sessions for times that are the most convenient for you and your busy schedule.
- eTalkTherapy Makes Counseling, Therapy and Coaching Accessible.
eTalkTherapy offers easy access for college students, stay-at-home parents, business travelers, retirees, busy professionals, new parents, those living in rural or remote areas, as well as those living with anxiety, depression or physical illnesses or limitations. It can be an important tool to help you learn more about your psychological health and your relationships with others. Even if you feel like your mental well-being is strong, online counseling can help you become psychologically stronger as a person or as a couple. You can learn more about your behaviors and coping strategies that will lead to better psychological health and better relationships.
Is eTalkTherapy Effective?
YES. Distance communication between a therapist and a client is not a new concept. Even Sigmund Freud used written correspondence extensively to communicate with his clients. Counseling of any kind, including online counseling, does have certain limitations; one of the key concerns is its credibility. Many people wonder if online counseling or therapy can ever live up to the benefits of a traditional office visit. Evidence now suggests that online therapy and counseling have the same level of effectiveness as a traditional office visit. In a study published in the World Journal of Psychiatry, clients receiving mental health treatment through video conferencing reported “high levels of satisfaction.”
Is Online Counseling Ethical?
YES. Numerous professional organizations in the counseling industries acknowledge the ethics of online counseling or have worked to redefine the standards to ensure safety and privacy. These organizations include the American Counseling Association, American Mental Health Counselors Association and the National Board for Certified Counselors.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services defines Tele-Health as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long distance healthcare.
What Isn’t Appropriate for Online Counseling?
eTalkTherapy can be useful and helpful for most, but online counseling is not appropriate for people who are seeking ongoing treatment for a severe or complicated clinical diagnosis or are experiencing persistent suicidal or homicidal thoughts or acts. If it is determined during our sessions that your case is not appropriate for online counseling in any form, you will be given information on resources in your area if applicable. We do not provide assistance or paperwork for disability claims, legal matters or legal disputes.
Disclaimer: DO NOT USE THIS SITE if you or someone you know is experiencing a psychiatric emergency or life-threatening situation, please call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room. Below is a list of resources for immediate help.
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||+1 (800) 273-8255|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||+1 (800) 799-7233|
|Self-Harm Hotline||+1 (800) 366-8288|
|LGBT Hotline||+1 (888) 843-4564|