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Online therapy is a type of therapy that is conducted over the internet, using video, voice, or messaging systems. It allows people to receive counselling services remotely, from the comfort of their own homes or wherever they have access to a computer with an internet connection.

Online therapy has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its convenience, accessibility, and flexibility. It can be particularly helpful for those who live in remote areas or have difficulty travelling to face-to-face therapy sessions. It can also be a useful option for those with limited time to commute, or who choose the commodity of working with a therapist from home.

Our experts have experience delivering therapy online and will make sure you feel as comfortable as in an in-person session.

Online therapy vs face-to-face

As successful as face-to-face therapy

A growing body of research shows that online therapy has comparable efficacy and is capable of reproducing the conditions of in-person sessions (Day, & Schneider, 2000; Richards & Viganó, 2013; Cohen, & Kerr, 1998). Positive results have been observed in online therapy for several issues, including anxiety (Cohen, & Kerr, 1998), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD; Lange, et al., 2000), eating disorders (Celio, et al., 2000), and panic disorder with agoraphobia (Bouchard, et al., 2000).

As such, online therapy works as well as face-to-face therapy, and although they have differences, it is usually a matter of preference for the person attending therapy. Whatever works best for you will have the best results.

Same interventions used

Our online therapy service is comparable to face-to-face sessions. We offer the same type of interventions that you would be given in a therapy room by a qualified therapist, that receives regular clinical supervision.

We make sure that all aspects of the human connection are present, regardless of the platform used (in-person, video conferencing, or phone)

Benefits of online therapy >>

This type of therapy has a number of benefits.


Meeting with your therapist online saves you time commuting. Life can get busy at times and online therapy makes it easier for those struggling with time to get access to therapy, without having to leave the house

No geographical limitations

You can go on holiday without missing any appointment with your therapist. Also, if you live in a more remote area, you don’t have the problem of travelling long distances to see a counsellor. Anywhere you go, you can take us with you!


Online therapy is a great resource for those with mobility issues.

Anonymity and privacy

Online therapy can give people a greater sense of anonymity and privacy for people who prefer not to be seen going to a therapy clinic.

Online therapy flexibility

Timetable flexibility

It is easier to fit the therapy sessions if you take them online. Whether that means having the sessions at lunch break from a safe place in your workplace, or home the first time in the morning or last time at night, you only need a computer and internet connection.

Increased options for therapists

You are not limited to the therapists or counsellors based in your area, which gives you a wider range of therapists to choose from.

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Using online resources

It brings the possibility to share videos, images, links, or other resources during the therapy session.

Online therapy in Spanish and English >>

Are you based in Spain or Latin America and want a Spanish speaker therapist? Or maybe you are a Spanish speaker living in any other country. For those of you that prefer to have therapy in Spanish, we can help you! We offer online therapy in both Spanish and English. Email us for further information: [email protected]

How it works

Get in contact

Email us and let us know you are interested in online therapy. We will be delighted to solve any question you may have.

Book an appointment

Once you are ready, we can book you an appointment with a therapist for an initial session.

Choose your online platform

We usually use Teams, Skype, or Google Meets for the sessions, and we will ask you what your preference is. We can also offer therapy over the phone if that suits you best.

Meet your therapist

Connect online with your therapist on the day and time booked and meet your therapist.

What is CBT therapy?

Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that aims to analyse the person's thought patterns, question and evaluate their validity, and replace them by other more helpful and realistic thoughts.

How long does it take for therapy to work?

It is difficult to determine the average number of therapy sessions. Some people can achieve their goals in as little as 6 sessions or even less, while others might need to work for several years. Learn more here!

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When to see a therapist?

Therapy can help when our wellbeing and is being impacted by overwhelming emotions. When we have an excessive or persistent sadness, anxiety or any other unhelpful state. Read more.

Is therapy confidential?

Yes, therapy is confidential and therapists are required to protect their client’s privacy by not disclosing the contents of the therapy sessions. There are some exceptions where therapists need to break confidentiality. Keep reading.

What are the benefits of therapy?

The benefits of therapy includes increasing the autonomy of the person and providing the tools and resources necessary for tackling problems and difficult thoughts and emotions more resourcefully. Discover more benefits.

What will happen in my first therapy session?

This first therapy session is an essential part of the therapeutic process. It serves as an opportunity for you and the therapist to establish a connection, discuss your concerns, and gather relevant information. Find more about your first session.

Bouchard, S., Payeur, R., Rivard, V., et al. (2000). Cognitive behavior therapy for panic disorder with agoraphobia in videoconference: preliminary results. Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 3:999–1007

Celio, A.A., Winzelberg, A.J., Wilfley, D.E., et al. (2000). Reducing risk factors for eating disorders: comparison of an Internet- and a classroom- delivered psychoeducational program. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 68:650–657

Cohen, G.E., & Kerr, B.A. (1998). Computer-mediated counseling: an empirical study of a new mental health treatment. Computers in Human Services, 15: 13–26.

Day, S.X., & Schneider, P. (2000). The subjective experiences of therapists in face-to-face, video, and audio sessions. In: Walz, G.R., ed. Cybercounseling and cyberlearning: strategies and resources for the millennium.

Lange, A., Schrieken, B., van de Ven, J.-P., et al. (2000). “Interapy”: the effects of a short protocolled treatment of posttraumatic stress and pathological grief through the Internet. Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy, 28:175–192

Richards, D., & Viganó, N. (2013). Online Counseling: A Narrative and Critical Review of the Literature. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 69(9), 994–1011. https://doi.org/10.1002/jclp.21974