When it comes to your mental health and emotional well-being, it is crucial to find a therapist who you truly connect with in order to get the most out of your therapy sessions. However, if life events such as relocation require you to switch therapists, this can be a difficult and complicated process. Fortunately, at Symmetry Counseling, we offer telehealth therapy sessions to Virginia residents, which allows you to receive private and confidential counseling in the comfort of your own home or wherever you have an internet connection. This way, you don't have to worry about starting the search for a new therapist and can continue the therapeutic relationship you already have.
Who Needs Virtual Counseling?
Meeting with your therapist via Zoom is not restricted to only some of our clients. Anyone who wishes to can request virtual counseling in place of in-person sessions. Some who find telehealth sessions beneficial include clients who:
- Struggle with social anxiety or mobility issues - you may get more from each counseling session when you are comfortable and not stressed out, so meet your counselor wherever suits you best.
- Travel a lot - whether you need one virtual counseling session because of a trip or you regularly travel for business, telehealth allows you the flexibility to meet with your therapist wherever you are.
- Have packed schedules - many of our clients have time to meet over the lunch hour but lack time to travel to our offices, have an entire session, and get back to work. Instead, find a quiet place and meet with your psychologist or counselor virtually to save time.
- Rural or out-of-state - as long as you are a resident of the state of Virginia, we can arrange counseling sessions with one of our Virginia licensed therapists online, regardless of where you are, so you don’t need to worry about traveling a long distance for every session.
- Seek relationship improvement help, but meeting together is a hardship - this option is for couples and families alike. Telemedicine offers the opportunity to connect couples or families for combined counseling sessions, even when living in separate places.