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We can also meet online via webcam using either your browser or a video conferencing application. (I don’t offer email counselling or counselling through online chat or text message.)


Click here to set-up a webcam/video meeting

Possible disadvantage (to meeting in person)Possible advantage (over meeting in person)
• Reduced person-to-person interaction and presence• Greater familiarity with the setting (the place you connect to the internet from)

I aim to keep in mind the Association for Counselling and Therapy Online’s (ACTO’s) Code of Ethics for working online.


If you are in the US

While a counsellor working in the US is required to be certified by the state in which they work (and I am not certified by any US state) there is not usually the same requirement for a psychotherapist. As a Registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) I can use the title ‘Registered Counsellor’ or ‘Registered Psychotherapist’.

‘Therapist and psychotherapist are not legally protected words in most states…’ (‘What You Need to Know Before Choosing Online Therapy’, American Psychological Association, accessed 27 June 2019, <>.)