Office and Online Sessions
Processing trauma, exploring the dynamics of anxiety and depression, and confronting aspects about ourselves and how we operate in the world can be challenging. I have found that this work can be successfully done either in person or online through telehealth.
Do you need support, but can’t make it to an in-person appointment? Are you a busy stay-at-home or working parent, and don’t have the time to drive across town for an appointment? Do you live in a more rural area, or maybe you prefer to do things online? If so, I can help you through virtual therapy, or telehealth.
Telehealth allows me to provide therapy to clients throughout the state of California over my secure and confidential video conferencing platform. This can be done from anywhere in the state where you have access to a computer or smartphone. I have found online sessions to be as fruitful as in person sessions, and many clients report that they prefer the convenience of meeting online from the comfort of their own environment. There are a few things that can help you get the most from online sessions:
Log on from a space where you have privacy and are free from distractions.
Log on a few minutes early.
Have a space where you can sit comfortably and your device set up so that your hands are free.
Have any items you may want nearby, such as kleenex, earbuds, and water.
If possible, schedule a few minutes after session to allow yourself to transition back into your daily routine.
To learn more and get started with virtual therapy, please contact me today.
Physical space and surroundings are very important to me, and I strive for my office to provide a peaceful and calm environment for your personal work to take place. My office in Morro Bay is bright and airy and looks out at Morro Rock and the beautiful Pacific ocean. I am a short drive from San Luis Obispo as well as North County, and there is ample free parking on the street and in the lot behind my building. My office is easily accessible from Los Osos, Cayucos, Cambria, Atascadero, Templeton, and Paso Robles.