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With the particular hand that the last couple of years has dealt us, stress and anxiety are very natural outcomes. Experiencing waves of tension and anxiousness in the wake of a global ailment outbreak, and the isolation it imposed on everyone, is not the most uncommon thing for anyone.
Sheltering our mental health in such an unpredictable climate is tough, to say the least, and adding the inability to physically reach out to a mental health professional only aggravates things further.
Fortunately, technology has dissolved some of the connective barriers that previously made human interaction impossible from a distance, and virtual therapy is a sound manifestation of that.
How can Online Therapy Help with My Anxiety?
Stress and anxiety are our body’s way of responding to danger and unpredictability. While certain quick fixes might work in temporarily evading the effects of anxiety, more often than not, seeking a professional is a healthy way to manage outcomes when problems persist.
Stress and anxiety come about in the form of many mental ailments, such as panic attacks, a fear of social situations, excessive phobias, trauma responses, and even obsessive-compulsive actions. Online therapy helps provide an accessible channel to approach an expert that can help guide us through the best ways to counter and eventually manage the difficulties that anxiety-laced illnesses present.
There is a general misconception that virtual therapy is ineffective in producing any results or betterment for clients that suffer from stress and anxiety. In reality, most treatments for anxiety disorders and illnesses entail forms of talk therapy that can be validly and seamlessly administered through virtual therapeutic platforms.
Is Virtual Therapy just as Effective as Face-to-face Therapy?
While the general idea is that virtual therapy is significantly outweighed by its face-to-face counterpart, there is actually very scarce and unconvincing evidence to support this notion. A series of studies have in fact provided fortification to the fact that online therapy is just as effective, practical, and acceptable as in-person therapy.
One of the concerns and disputes that often arise where the efficacy of online therapy is discussed, is the stripping of the physical components that are essential in the creation of an accurate patient profile, and accurate analysis of a patient’s behavior. This is only true to a very limited extent since the therapeutic and rapport process is dependent on many factors other than the mere gauging of the physical aspects of an interaction.
Many highly effective therapy forums such as cognitive behavioral therapy are successfully conducted and applied through online therapy channels and have been proven especially effective in curbing and managing anxiety disorders.
Virtual therapy also brings many other benefits to the table, that isn’t always possible with traditional forms of therapy, such as complete anonymity, accessibility to lesser privileged areas, and a secure way to manage and keep in check one’s mental health in tough and unpredictable circumstances as ones put forth by the coronavirus pandemic.
Who Are Your Therapists (Featured)
Singapore’s Largest On-demand Therapist Network Each With A Minimum Master’s Degree
Mr. Noel Capel
Master of Arts in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy
“I appreciate accompanying people in their journey towards growth using an integrative therapeutic approach that best addresses their needs.”
Miss Miranda Mulyana
Master of Organisational Psychology
“I care about progress in my clients and my work is guided by this value that individuals have their unique strength and it’s about helping them to re-discover their identity and strength to persist in their temporary challenges.”
Mr. Marc Venner
Masters of Arts in Psychotherapy
I believe that listening deeply and empathetically to a fellow human’s experiences, both feelings and behaviour, is an extremely empowering technique.
Miss Sherlyn Choong
Master of Arts in Psychology
“I believe that by equipping clients with the various knowledge and skillsets needed, they can go on to not only help themselves but even others around them.”
Mr. Shasikaran Kalimuthu
Master of Counselling
“I strive to lead others in finding their strengths and courage to confront and make sense of difficult emotions and experiences so they can learn and thrive in their lives and ecosystems.”
Mrs. Khyrana Pambudi
Master of Counselling (Advanced)
“We know change is inevitable, and often comes with a dose of heavy emotions that might affect us negatively. As long as change stands to exist, I will continue to aid my clients in embracing and regulating their mental woes.”
Mr. Aaron Quek
MBA Social Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology
Counselling youth, executives, professionals, people in business, and retirees looking for something, and seeing people moving forward made my life journey worthwhile.
Miss Anusha Balasingham
Master of Counselling (Advanced)
“I am still learning by taking up more courses while helping many others. I believe that we can work together to take care of your ANTS and heightened emotions.”
Mr. Oliver Ong
Masters of Counselling (Advanced)
With my knowledge and skills, I want to fulfil my personal commitment made to translate them into practice by helping others manage their life struggles.
Miss Sharon Chou
Master of Counselling (Advanced)
“Seeing my clients struggling on the inside, walking through with them, and eventually witnessing them achieving what they deserve in the first place, have always been the biggest satisfaction for me.”
Mr. Kindaichi Lee
Master of Guidance and Counselling
“It has always been my passion to help children and youths to lead extraordinary, fulfilling and purposeful lives. I am also a Certified Mindset & Mental Coach from International Coaching Federation.“
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