Therapy, right where you are, anywhere in Kenya
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 video teleconferencing.
...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.
Is online therapy as effective as in-person therapy?
Yes. In fact, numerous academic studies have now proven that online therapy is as effective as in-person therapy. With the added convenience of online therapy, what’s not to love?
Is it still confidential?
Yep. Your therapist will only use approved, HIPAA-compliant, secure video conferencing platforms to meet with you for therapy. Your personal information is still completely protected.
Do I have to pay extra for online therapy?
Nope. The savings in time, energy, and money spent commuting to your therapist’s office are completely yours.
Ever feel like there’s just too much to do, and it’s getting harder to bring yourself to get it all done? If you’re feeling overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet the demands of your job, relationship or home life, talking to a therapist or other qualified CBT provider could be a helpful step to take.
It might be that you started feeling tightness in your chest, or it might be that you can never quite relax. If you’re experiencing tension, racing thoughts, irritability or restlessness, you may be feeling the weight of stress—and a therapist or other qualified CBT provider may be able to help
Have you been feeling like your old hobbies aren’t doing it for you anymore? Have you been finding it hard to stay determined for longer stretches of time? If you’re having trouble staying on task, feeling present or finding the same joy in things you used to love, a therapist provider could help you.
If you are struggling with relationship problems such as not feeling loved, not getting along, or are having trust issues (due to texting other people, hiding cell phones, or even affairs), please don’t wait one more day. A therapist help your relationship get better and happier
Maybe you can’t stop having nighttime thought spirals or agonizing over your to-do list. Maybe you can only sleep for a couple hours at a time. If you’re consistently struggling to fall asleep or stay asleep, connecting with a therapist provider could help you figure out if anxiety or depression are at the root of it and help you identify what to do.
Though it can feel scary to acknowledge, symptoms of DEPRESSION are more common than people realize. If you’re experiencing some feelings of sadness and noticing a loss of interest in daily activities, talking to a therapist or other qualified CBT provider could be a helpful step to take
Though it can feel scary to acknowledge, symptoms of anxiety are more common than people realize. If you’re experiencing looming worry and fear about everyday situations, having panic attacks, or suspect you have OCD symptoms, a therapist or other qualified CBT provider may be able to help
Choose therapy services as your alternative to Alcohol/Narcotics Anonymous 12-step programs/rehab for drug and alcohol dependency.