Stop feeling stressed & anxious. Take control of your mental health today. Start therapy right where you are, anywhere.
Driving half-way across town in the middle of your work day…
...lost time sitting in traffic...time that you can’t get back…
Through online therapy, you’re able to meet with a highly-qualified therapist via secure private video call.
...or being able to check in with your therapist in the middle of a stressful work trip...or when a crisis happens during a family vacation…
No matter where you are, your therapist is there for you.
To meet you right where you are.
start Online Therapy in kenya
Life can be hectic and overwhelming, and it’s not always easy to access the mental health resources that you need — especially when it comes to finding an online therapist in Kenya.
Living with stress, anxiety, or depression can make it hard to enjoy life or even get through your daily tasks. It can be daunting to seek help when you don’t know where to start or don’t have access to traditional mental health services.
Counselling Kenya is here to help! We offer a simple and convenient way for you to connect with a licensed online therapist in Kenya. With the available secure video platforms (WhatsApp or Zoom), you can access personalized care from anywhere in the world — without ever leaving your home. Get the help you need and take back control of your life with Counselling Kenya today!
Online therapy has been shown in studies to be just as effective as in-person therapy. A systematic review of studies, however, found that online CBT is more effective than in-person CBT in treating depression symptoms. Luo and colleagues (2020).
Yes. All of our therapists are online compatible and will be able to accommodate on a case by case basis.
You can reschedule your appointment, but you will be charged for the full session fee.
People who want convenient therapy from the comfort of their own home or who are time constrained should consider online therapy. It is a matter of personal preference because it is equally as effective as in-person therapy.
It can be beneficial to not leave your office or bedroom for a therapy session. However, grounding practices are recommended for shifting gears and preparing for the right headspace for therapy. Lighting a candle in your space, taking some deep breaths, going for a walk outside, or setting an intention for the space are all examples.