Online Counselling Sessions
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Email Counselling Offering you the opportunity to consider what you wish to say before you send it, as well as time between exchanges to reflect on the information you have received. If you choose, can be used in between online chat instant messaging, telephone or webcam counselling.
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Instant Messaging 'chat' You may find it easier to express yourself with this type of exchange. You will have time to think about what you want to write, and then have time to review before pressing send. You may choose this option if you do not want to be seen or heard.
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Video Counselling A way for you to see your counsellor face-to-face from whilst engaging in therapy. Being able to see your counsellor gives you more of the benefits you get from face-to-face counselling, but with the convenience of online therapy. By talking you hear tone of voice which is a way to convey empathy and with video you see non-verbal communications such as facial expressions.
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Online Voice/Telephone This is similar to webcam counselling but without the visual aspects. An advantage of telephone counselling is that non-verbal communication can be carried in your tone of voice, or the pace of speech which can be picked up by your counsellor.