Skype & Facetime

Skype and Facetime can be helpful when travelling on business or holiday, or for whatever reason, accessing a therapist local to where you live is not workable. A screen and a good connection can be a lifeline.

Jon Gee - Psychotherapy. London & Skype.

Making Skype and Facetime a success

Using headphones or a headset and ensuring you are in a private place where you can’t be overheard, and won’t be disturbed, is a good basis to start a session.

Placing your ipad, tablet, phone or webcam in a place where I can see your head and shoulders (at least) is also helpful. When I’m working I’m picking up on lots of clues that help me get a sense of how you’re feeling. I really want to understand, so the more information the better!

Sometimes technology, fantastic as it is, fails! We might lose a connection. On those occasions we’ll aim to have a back up plan such as a mobile or landline that you feel comfortable using.

If you would like to discuss the possibilities of Skype or Facetime sessions please get in touch.

Get in touch!

If you’d like to find out more, please privately message me here, leaving your telephone number, and a good time to call you for a free, and confidential preliminary chat.

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