We are all spending more and more time online these days. We maintain contacts online, work online, and spend free time online. It is therefore logical that we also talk about the challenges or problems we encounter online. Sometimes it is even easier to talk to a therapist online than offline. For that reason, The Online Therapists offers professional psychological help online.
Talking with a therapist online
Not everyone finds it easy to take the first step to getting help. For example, you may find it difficult to talk about your situation with a stranger. Or maybe you don’t know which therapist to choose. Maybe you live abroad, but you would like help in your own language. Whatever your situation, The Online Therapists makes getting help as accessible as possible. By choosing online therapy, you always have easy access to a therapist that suits you.
Benefits of The Online Therapists
- Comfortable: you don’t have to wait your turn in the waiting room of a practice. Instead, you can just have the conversations from the familiar surroundings of your own home. This makes you feel at ease. And that has a positive effect on the therapy.
- Low threshold: if you value your privacy and prefer to remain more anonymous, you can also ‘talk’ online via email or chat.
- Practical: wherever you are, you always have access to therapy. Convenient if you travel a lot or live abroad or if you are unable to go out the door for any reason.
- Fast: You do not need a referral from your doctor and The Online Therapists has no waiting list. So you can see a therapist immediately.
- Individual: we employ a large number of psychologists, each with their own expertise and treatment methods. We pair you with a therapist who has experience with your specific symptoms and who matches your preferences. If you don’t ‘click,’ you can easily switch therapists at any time.
Choose your online therapist
How does it work?
Based on an introductory interview, the therapist will draw up an individual treatment plan. This includes the goal of the treatment, which methods will be used, and how many sessions the therapist expects to be needed. Just as with an ‘offline’ therapist, the treatment then focuses on recognizing patterns of thought and behavior. This will give you step-by-step insight into your complaints and help you get a grip on your situation.