We provide online therapy for individuals and couples located in North Carolina and Florida, and help people who feel stuck, misunderstood, and disconnected experience life in a new way. We specialize in a scientifically--validated approach called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) as a means to guide our sessions. This can often lead to experiences that result in connected relationships, understanding, and healing. Although EFT is scientifically--validated, it seems science has discovered how God has created us to connect. It is in this sacred space we can help you move toward your goals. Clients engaged with us in online therapy can experience a connected, face-to-face session where we work together to address your needs.
We have provided online therapy for over two years and leveraged this expertise when COVID-19 hit in March 2020. Confidential and encrypted online video-conferencing platforms make online therapy possible. These platforms are similar to using FaceTime and Skype, but have an encrypted, confidential, and HIPAA compliant connection that can be used with tablets, laptops, desktops, and smartphones. Research has shown that outcomes for online therapy is on par with traditional, in-office therapy. Some clients have even reported they prefer online therapy since sessions in their own space seemed to help them integrate their experience into their regular lives more effectively.
Online therapy has gained popularity since many have become frustrated and overwhelmed with several barriers that tend to create significant challenges finding or maintaining regular appointments at a physical office. Commuting, traffic, and driving distances seem to be a common challenge. Other significant barriers include scheduling around work, childcare, and the daily logistics of life.
In order to reduce these barriers, and to provide safety during the pandemic, we provide online therapy in a private place of your choosing. You can find more information in our FAQ section, which includes 10 Online Therapy Questions Answered and the frequently asked questions we regularly receive.