Online Therapy vs. In Person Therapy
How to Choose What Works For You
What Some Clients Like About Online Therapy:
Convenient (No commute. Have a session anywhere with internet)
Comfortable (Sit in your favorite chair, outside or drink coffee while engaging in therapy)
Confidential (avoid waiting in the public lobby)
Consistent Care (continue care with your therapist even when you travel, move, go on holiday, during bad weather or quarantine).
Creative Scheduling (ex. lunch hour, laundry, break period during school or work).
No Face Mask Required
What Some Clients Don't Like
Occasional technical glitches (poor sound quality or internet connection)
Difficulty reading body language
Threat of someone at home or work overhearing or interrupting their session
In Person Therapy
What Some Clients Like About In Person Therapy:
Confidential (Meet with therapist in their office)
See Someone Face-to-Face
Leave Your Work with Therapist
Office/therapy space provided
Less distraction from work or home
Access to sandtray therapy and art supplies in therapist office
Traditional form of therapy that most are used to and comfortable with.
What Some Clients Don't Like:
Taking time off of work or scheduling time to drive or commute to the therapist's office.
Wearing a face mask during session.
Online & In Person Therapy Are Both:
Offered at Recover & Rebuild Counseling, LLC
Just as effective as the other treatment
The same cost
Provided by the same therapist, Macy Pawelek, MA, LPC and are 50-60 minutes long
Based on what you as the client prefer and need in terms of treatment and care.
Call Macy at (210) 816-1524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment today.