1. rosa 21/03/2017 at 9:28 am .

    very useful. thank you

  2. Natalija Rascotina 19/04/2017 at 11:42 am .

    I’ve only recently started with online consultations, this will help me a lot going forward.

    really good read!

  3. Teresa Wilson 08/05/2017 at 7:54 pm .

    Thanks for sharing this informative blog with us. great stuff. I like your content of list you included. please
    keep sharing such innovative ideas with us.

  4. Graham Kim 10/05/2017 at 9:27 am .

    You have given the total information in detail about the online counselling this helped me out to solve my problems regarding the Skype and Email.
    This blog cleared my doubts regarding this content. Thank You!

  5. Debby 02/06/2017 at 7:57 am .

    It just happend a client walked in the other day. The biggest problem the client was facing is making appointments. Just the thought alone was making him panic. I was looking for a way to help him. Thru email we can still have regular contact without having to make an appointment. So for now this could be the solution for him. Thanks for the tips and how-to’s!

  6. Léa Pereira 02/08/2017 at 8:13 am .

    I always read your articles and find them very interesting and helpful.
    About online counselling I would just like to add that skype is not considered safe in several countries (both in Europe and USA) for therapy, due to privacy issues.
    Currently there are other platforms that have been made specifically for telehealth/telemedicine, like zoom.us and doxy.me and that are HIPPA compliant (rules for this are stricter in the US I believe).
    In any case here’s an example of a list of platforms: https://vsee.com/telemedicine-platform-reviews
    And you can also get a lot of info about this here: https://www.onlinecounselling.com/podcasts/

    Good luck to all of us adapting to new times!

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