Sometimes, it’s just not possible to come to the office for your therapy session.
Though much is gained from in-person sessions, online therapy sessions are a valuable adjunct.
We can continue our work together, even when meeting in the office is out of the question.
My clients appreciate doing therapy sessions online for several reasons. Obviously, convenience is key. Sickness or travel sometimes makes office sessions impractical. Therapeutically, there are additional benefits to occasionally IMing our sessions. I’ve found that when chatting online, people communicate differently. Sometimes, things that had never been addressed in face-to-face sessions are easier behind the privacy of a keyboard.
Online sessions are typed. Writers, introverts, and creatives often PREFER it, at least some of the time.
Instructions for Online Therapy set-up:
1. If you do not already have it, download Skype.
For additional information on Skype and related queries about Skype services, please visit www.skype.com
2. Please email your username to therapist.
Kathryn’s username is “RynWellness.”
3. Payments are expected using Venmo at the time of service.
4. Please log in to the downloaded Skype application (not the website) five minutes before your online session. This will ensure we start on time. Sessions end 50 minutes from scheduled start time.
Please call with any questions or to switch methods of distance therapy
(phone sessions can be used in lieu of IMing).
By scheduling an online therapy session, you agree to the following Informed Consent.
I acknowledge that my therapist is licensed to provide therapy only in the State of Texas. I understand that if either she or I are not in the state of Texas during a phone or online session, we will be working together under a “coaching” relationship, as she is not authorized to provide therapy services outside of Texas. I understand that if a problem arises from an online or phone session, during which either she or I am not in Texas, I will not receive support from the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists, since one of us was not in the state when this session occurred. Additionally, I will not receive support from any other state licensing board, as my therapist is only licensed as a therapist in the state of Texas.