Teletherapy, also known as online therapy or e-therapy, is a form of professional counseling that takes place remotely through digital communication tools including video calls, phone calls, or messaging platforms. It offers individuals the opportunity to access therapy services from the comfort of their home or any location where they can access the internet.
This form of therapy has become highly utilized over the past several years with the COVID-19 pandemic playing a role in its rise in use and practicality. The convenience and flexibility teletherapy offers makes it an ideal way to focus on your mental health.
In Season 3 Episode 2 of Stuff My Therapist Says, Sara Makin welcomes Makin Wellness Licensed Professional Counselor Doug Puchko back to the podcast for an in-depth look at teletherapy. Throughout this conversation, Sara and Doug will share:
ABOUT DOUG: Doug worked as a financial advisor for 7 years where he helped individuals, couples, and families navigate the hardships of life and enabled them to gain better insight on how to best help themselves. Upon returning to the field of psychology and graduating with an MS in Counseling Psychology he has specialized in working with individuals experiencing grief and loss, people coping with stress, anxiety, and trauma, as well as couples counseling. He focuses on using psychoeducation, person-centered therapy, humanistic psychology, positive psychology and cognitive behavioral therapy with this clients in session.
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