Common Issues Addressed in Therapy
Articles and Creative Writing by Joan-Dianne Smith
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TELEPHONE THERAPY       There are some situations that require therapists and clients to think outside the box and find creative methods for therapy. In rural or remote communities, it may be difficult to find the privacy and neutral space to discuss personal issues. Regular travel may not be an option and there may be a shortage of local therapists. Worries about personal vulnerability and confidentiality can lead clients to seek an alternate method of receiving help.
Long distance telephone therapy can include a combination of telephone conversations, e-mail communications and office visits when feasible.
Call or e-mail to discuss your situation. I offer an initial telephone consultation free of charge.