Online Counselling Anywhere in the World

Technology creates opportunities to connect with your therapist. For years, we have provided online counselling around the world from our offices in central London.

While face to face counselling is always available in our London therapy rooms, online counselling and psychotherapy is also available to everyone in the UK using platforms like Zoom, WhatsApp and FaceTime. We provide online and telephone counselling to our clients around the world.

When might online counselling be better for you?

There are many reasons online counselling may be suitable for you. You may live in an area where finding professional face to face counselling is not easy or in a country where therapy in English is not available. Online counselling allows you emotional and mental health support in the language of your choice, with an experienced London counsellor.

Online counselling can be valuable to people who are disabled or housebound and allows access to counsellors and psychotherapists without needing to travel. Some of our clients prefer online therapy from the privacy of their own homes while others undertake online therapy from their office or workplace. Counselling online is possible almost anywhere. Therapy is even possible using your mobile phone. Telephone counselling (without video) is also a possibility.

If you work from home, an online counselling service may be best for you. With online counselling your choice of therapist is not limited to your geographic location. Whether from home or from your office, you will have peace of mind choosing a qualified therapist from our group of qualified counsellors. All of our therapists are experienced working online.

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How do online counselling appointments work?

Our online counsellors in London have met with clients from all over the United Kingdom and in Hong Kong, Mexico, Germany, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Belgium, Thailand and many other countries. All of our therapists are members of UK professional organisations like the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

For online therapy you will need a quiet, private space to meet with your therapist and a reliable internet connection. Several platforms are available for online therapy like Zoom, Skype, FaceTime and WhatsApp. We can assist you in setting up the technology if you require help. When your session starts, your therapist will greet you online just as they would in a face to face meeting.

Online counselling works for both individual therapy and couples counselling. Your online counselling sessions will be held weekly, just like face to face sessions. Payments for our online counselling service can be made by card or by bank transfer. Your therapist will be able to assist you with payment options.

Can couples counselling be held online?

Yes. Both partners in a couple can sit together online in one location or each partner can attend couples counselling appointments from different locations using two devices. An online couples counsellor can help with resolving issues within a relationship including restoring intimacy, solving family planning issues, processing infidelity or betrayal and helping with sexual issues within a relationship.

You will want a relationship counsellor you can trust, with experience working with the issues specific to your relationship. We can help you find the right couples therapist for your personal needs. Support is available online or in one of our five central London offices.

Our counsellors are members of professional regulating bodies in the UK (BACP or UKCP) and are experienced in providing online personal counselling and couples counselling. Your first appointment with one of our counsellors or psychotherapists can be booked today.

While online therapy may not be suitable for everyone, many people feel that technology allows counselling opportunities that would not be possible otherwise.

What kind of issues can be addressed with online counselling?

Mental health is important and having the help and support of an experienced counsellor can make all the difference in feeling better or achieving goals. Online support is secure and confidential, like face to face counselling and all our therapists are BACP or UKCP registered.

Almost any kind of personal issue can be addressed in online therapy. Our online counselling services can help clients with stress and anxiety problemsdepressionrelationship issues, career and work-related problems, bereavement, problems coping with difficult transitions, loneliness and self-esteem, self-confidence issues, family issues, sexuality issues and many others. Almost anything can be discussed through our online counselling service.

Our counsellors provide short and longer-term online counselling in English, Italian, Spanish, Greek and other languages to clients around the UK. Online therapy can be used in combination with face to face sessions too, if you sometimes prefer to meet with your therapist in central London.

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One Therapy London

Counselling, psychotherapy, couples counselling in London since 2006

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Therapist Yussef Ferguson
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Ben Brackenbury

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Therapist Geraldine Lothian
Geraldine Lothian

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Stamatia Lorentzou

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Rhiannon Whipps

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Therapist Patricia Connolly
Patricia Connolly

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