Why Online Counseling?

Online counseling can be an effective and anonymous way to receive support and guidance to work on your problems.

Online counseling generally refers to the provision of professional mental health services concerns via internet communication technology. It is often called e-therapy, etherapy, e-counseling, online therapy, or coaching. Services are typically offered via email, real-time chat, and video conferencing. Some clients use online counseling in conjunction with traditional psychotherapy, and others use it as an occasional check-in tool for their lives.

Please browse for Counselors by category.

A
Abuse
Addiction
Adjustment Disorders
Anger
Anxiety
Anxiety Disorders
Assertiveness
Attachment Disorders
Attention Deficit Disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

B
Bereavement
Bipolar Disorder
Blended Families
Burnout

C
Career Counseling
Childhood Abuse
Christian Counseling
Codependency
Communication
Counseling
Couples Counseling
Crisis Intervention

D
Depression
Dis-ease
Dream Analysis
Dysfunctional Families

E
Eating Disorders
E-mail Counseling
EMDR

F
Faith-Based Coaching
Family

G
Gay and Lesbian Issues
Gender Issues
Grief

H
Hypnotherapy

I
Identity Issues
Industrial Psychology
Infidelity
Insomnia
Internet Addiction

J

K

L
Loss
Love Addiction

M
Marriage
Mindfulness Based Interventions

N

O
Online Psychology

P
Pain Disorders
Panic Attacks
Parenting
Personal Growth
Personality Disorders
Phobias
Positive Thinking
Psychotic Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Q

R
Relationships

S
Self-Esteem
Self-Harm
Self-mutilation
Sex Therapy
Sexual Abuse
Sexual Identity
Sexual Problems
Sexuality
Shyness
Social Isolation
Social Phobias
Social Psychology
Spiritual
Stress
Suicide

T
Trauma
Trust Issues

U

V
Vocational Psychology

W
Weight Related Issues
Women's Issues
Work-Related Issues

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