Covid 19 online Counselling Support is free of charge for healthcare workers
If you have been living in lockdown, or self-isolation, or with highly stressful work or family situations, you may have been experiencing increased stress, anxiety, low mood and other difficulties which are hard to deal with. These are normal reactions to abnormal conditions. If you are experiencing any of these, it is important that you can access the support you need.
For many people, online psychological support can be a helpful option in these circumstances.
The appropriate support in these instances would often focus on finding ways to manage stress and fears and how to cope in the here and now.
I offer video sessions via Doxy.me, which is a platform designed for health professionals who require a high level of security. The system destroys data from online sessions immediately after a meeting has taken place. According to Doxy.me: “All data is encrypted, your sessions are anonymous, and none of your information is stored. Doxy.me adheres to HIPAA, PIPEDA, and GDPR data privacy requirements. “
If you wish to engage in video session for online therapy:
- You need to have sufficient technology/equipment in hour house
- Have checked that all connections are secure
- There should be no recording of the sessions
- You confirm by email that you understand the risks around a video consoling session. ( I suggest you read reviews of Doxy.me, so you can see how these risks may be minimised by using this platform)
Covid 19 online Counselling Support online is free of charge for healthcare workers