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Working Online

To work online, we'll meet via an end-to-end encrypted video conferencing application, usually Zoom. Before any online sessions, please consider whether anyone else has access to your computer and/or access to electronic information from your computer, as this may compromise confidentiality. I encourage you to only communicate through a computer that you know is secure.  

For online sessions, ensure you’re somewhere safe and private. Public internet networks don't provide the same level of protection as private networks. If in public, screens may be visible to others, or audio may be overheard. In remote public spaces, such as parks, the focus required in a therapy session may compromise your awareness of your surroundings and safety.

In the event of broadband/connection/platform issues, we would then hold the session/s by phone, ideally using an end-to-end encrypted app.

Misunderstandings are at times possible, though not inevitable, when working remotely, as some of the cues involved in face-to-face therapy are absent. I encourage you to check with me if you think that I’ve missed something. I’ll also ask you if I need clarification.

The benefits of working online include sessions held at a location convenient to you and the ability to work with any therapist of your choice.

I meet with international clients. I’m based in England, and work under the jurisdiction of the laws of England and Wales. This would form part of our working agreement. 


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