Online therapy

Avantages of online therapy

  • Instant relief

  • Privacy and discreecy

  • Health and safety during pandemic time

  • 'Follow up' for face to face sessions

  • Access to geographically or linguistically isolated people

  • Access to people with reduced mobility

  • Access to very busy people

Is online art therapy suitable in all cases?

It's important to note that online therapy is not appropriate for everyone, unless there is additional face-to-face psychological support. Due to limited body language cues, the communication between the therapist and the patient, especially those in high risk, may not be the same as in face-to-face therapy. It's up to the assessement of the therapist to decide whether this kind of therapy is suitable for his patients.

Online art therapy can be also combined with traditional face to face therapy, at the request of the client or according to his/her needs.

Case study

During the 2020 pandemic lock-down period I run an art therapy group for kids and their families to fight the consequences of the isolation

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is online therapy suitable for anyone?

This depends on the therapist and the particular case in question. If you are in life-threatening situations or have self-destructive ideas I am not able to help you online. Whether you are an existing patient of mine or not, you should consult your general practitioner immediately and let your loved ones know.

If you have been diagnosed with a mental health condition such schizophrenia, or suffer from addictions to substances or if you need a prescription for drugs, I am afraid we cannot work together online. Please opt for an individual face-to-face therapy.