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Why choose remote psychotherapy?

There is no cognitive behavioral psychotherapy practice near you.

Because of an illness, a physical handicap or a very busy professional activity, you do not have the possibility of traveling to meet a therapist.

The therapy sessions in your city are not suited to your financial means.

You are intimidated in an unfamiliar environment and have difficulty confiding face to face with a healthcare professional.

Agoraphobic or very depressed, you would like to be helped by a psychotherapist, but you do not have the strength to leave your home.

Although it may seem surprising, this new practice is developing more and more, and  studies *  tend to prove the effectiveness of remote therapies, in particular CBT, like the therapies performed in practice.

This remote therapy technique is therefore an interesting solution for people who cannot consult in an office.

The results of a CISCO survey, conducted on more than 1,400 patients in more than 10 countries, showed that 76% of respondents preferred remote consultation.

This modern form of psychotherapy suits them for reasons already mentioned: saving time and money (no travel costs), possibility of having an appointment outside office hours (ease of organization), comfort of 'be at home on your sofa and, especially in small towns where everything is known, the discretion of the approach.

All this does not explain the effectiveness of remote treatments. In reality, the healing is also due to the peculiarity of Internet sessions.

Remote speech release in consultation

Why can e-therapy be more valuable than a physical appointment?

Because of the fear of being judged negatively, or stigmatized.

It is not easy to dare to ask for help to face a difficulty.

With the simplicity of telecommunications, you spend less time hesitating and rehashing the problem instead of trying to solve it.

In addition, confiding a painful event, a secret, or verbalizing your anxieties, is often easier in consultations by interposed screens. The absence of direct contact facilitates confidence.

In fact, while paradoxical, remote therapy can bring therapist and patient closer together.


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