What are processes by video call like?
Skype or other platforms for video calls are increasingly being used by coaches and therapists. While not everyone will want every session over video call, the process can be of high quality, allowing for deep, transformative change with certain added conveniences.
It can be particularly valuable if there are geographical or other challenges making it difficult to access services in person, for example.
To help you ease into it, we’ll have a test consultation call for which there is no fee. That way, you can see how connecting via video call feels for you without any pressure. You get to ask any questions and we both get a chance to see if it’s suitable for your needs.
The session can then be booked afterwards if you would like to go ahead.
What you will need?
- A private room where you can have your process undisturbed.
- Computer/laptop with sound, webcam, broadband connection.
Is there anyone for whom a video call process process may not be suitable?
A video call process may not be appropriate if you are experiencing profound mental health challenges or are at high risk of self-harm. In such a situation I would recommend contacting services more local to you. It may be advisable to contact your GP or local hospital.
If you have any further questions as to whether video call sessions are a good way forward for your situation, you are welcome to contact me. We can then discuss any concerns you may have over email, telephone or within the test call.
When would I have a session?
Typically there are daytime options (morning or afternoon start), and weekends are sometimes possible. Of course, we'll need to take into account any differences between our time-zones if there are any.
I'm Interested. What Next?
If you're interested, simply get in touch.
Please let me know when you contact me that you're interested in working over video call, and where you are based.