We Offer Online Therapy / Counselling
Our services are private and convenient
You have reached your online therapist
For your convenience, we offer online counselling to help you deal with existing problems or we can explore what is troubling you.
Call now, or book an appointment online.
The online therapist offers short or long-term counselling to individuals or couples using the electronic medium.
- Do you need to address issues that affect your daily functioning?
- Do you need to make sense of your relationship?
- Do you want to improve your quality of life?
Your therapist can work through brief therapies such as Solution Focused as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Online therapies also include person-centred and Gestalt psychotherapy.
Through online therapy, you could still build a therapeutic relationship with your therapist. You will receive quality counselling and support that can help improve coping and facilitate self-discovery.
There are various approaches that therapists use to assist clients. Some of the major therapies include cognitive behavioural therapy, person-centred counselling, integrative counselling and more. Your online therapist will work with you on an individualised plan to deal with your issues.
The number of sessions depends on your situation and will have an effect on the total cost of your therapy. In the 2013 sixth edition of the “Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change“ Michael Lambert concludes (p.204) “Therapy is highly efficient for a large minority of clients, perhaps 30% of whom attain a lasting benefit after only three sessions.” … “reliable improvement … it appears 50% of patients respond by the 8th session and 75% are predicted to need at least 14 sessions to experience this degree of relief.”
We offer the first 30 minutes free of charge, thereafter we charge $85 per session and we are willing to make arrangements if you purchase more than 5 sessions.
Face to face counselling can be arranged on an individual basis.
- Stress and Anxiety
- Moods & Depression
- Grief and Loss
- Work related Issues
- And More
How online therapy works
- In the first session, we get to know you and work on a personalised plan.
- The first discussion will include the therapist’s role and responsibility and your needs.
- The online session will cost you $85.00 – so it is not as expensive as face to face counselling.
- We look forward to your call.
- Book an appointment via email or online.
why choose us
Our therapists have worked in both agency and private settings with individuals, couples and groups; worked with trauma and abuse in the NGO sector and in private practice.
We provide counselling and psychological services to youth and adults and we can help you achieve personal and emotional adjustment. Furthermore, we formulate individualised treatment plans because your situation is unique. Our therapeutic techniques include, but not limited to Gestalt Psychotherapy | Person Centred Therapy | Solution Focused Therapy | Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
We can work with organisations to provide counselling services to staff.
In case of a crisis or if you are in danger please call 111 immediately.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the importance in counselling It is essential to understand Māori health and wellbeing and Te Tiriti o Waitangi as it relates to mental health in order to address cultural issues in practice. The treaty was a negotiation between Māori and the Crown to establish New Zealand as a British colony.
Factors that promote or hinder the therapeutic relationship | Online Therapist There are endless factors that could affect the therapeutic relationship. Hill (2014) stresses the importance of understanding one’s own motives for becoming a counsellor and monitoring them. Personal therapy contributes to a counsellor’s own growth and self-understanding which is an important aspect when assisting
Introduction The Process Model of Helping (PMH) as introduced by Clara Hill (2014), can be defined as three stages of intervention: Exploration, Insight, and Action. It incorporates client-centred, psychoanalytic, and cognitive–behavioral approaches. The PMH foundation (exploration stage) is based on the client-centred model due to its facilitative aspects of helping (Hill, 2014). People seek help