Leandie Buys Realtionship Therapist & Clinical Sexologist

Tele-therapy/Online counselling

As South Africa battles the Covid-19 epidemic, and we are living in various levels of Lockdown, with limitations on travel, I have established an online counselling service, or tele-therapy platform.

This will allow for couple’s counselling, individual counselling, and trauma counselling to continue remotely during lockdown.

Tele-therapy or online counselling allows for counselling services to take place remotely using telecommunications technologies, such as video conferencing or smartphone technology. The preferred platform for tele-therapy will be discussed with the client and the therapist. Platforms include: Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp video call and Google Hangouts.

One of the benefits of tele-therapy is that the client and therapist can engage in services without being in the same physical location. This can be helpful in ensuring continuity of care during the Covid-19 pandemic when in-person meetings are no longer considered safe.

It is also effective if the client or therapist moves to a different location, takes an extended vacation, or is otherwise unable to continue to meet in person.

Please contact me, Leandie Buys, to learn more about tele-therapy: info@leandiebuys.co.za.

 

 

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