Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I live in Boulder, Colorado, and I offer online therapy using Skype. Skype Counseling is becoming increasingly popular, mostly because of the convenience of online therapy. It means that you can get help from a psychotherapist without having to leave home. This can be very important if you are suffering from social anxiety disorder or agoraphobia, where it is really difficult to leave home. Online psychotherapy is also a welcome alternative if you can’t leave home for other reasons such as having driving anxiety, or if you live in a rural area where it is difficult to drive to see a therapist who may be many miles away.
So, the Skype Counseling option is an excellent choice for many people. Also, if you live abroad in a foreign country, Skype Counseling can be an excellent choice, and indeed, many of my clients are living abroad as expatriates, working abroad, some in the Middle East, others in Europe, in non-English speaking countries, and many in Asia, where it is very difficult to find a local psychotherapist to work with. So, the Online Counseling option becomes a very convenient choice. Skype therapy service
The style of psychotherapy that I offer via Skype is called Mindfulness Therapy, which has been growing tremendously in popularity in recent years. Mindfulness Therapy provides a way of working with your unresolved emotions in a very direct way, cultivating awareness and cultivating friendship toward your emotions, developing a relationship with them that allows them to change and heal. Most people react to unpleasant emotions like anxiety or depression with aversion and resistance. But, aversion only makes things worse and actually inhibits the healing and resolution of anxiety or depression. Healing and resolution occur after you fully embrace your emotions with this compassionate awareness that we call mindfulness. This process may be difficult to do at first, but it is the most direct route to overcome anxiety and depression.
If you would like to discover more about Skype Counseling and Mindfulness Therapy, please visit my website, CounselingTherapyOnline.com and email me. I will be happy to answer your questions about how the process works and schedule a Skype Counseling session with you.