Online relationship counselling
Strong, connected, and loving relationships are vital to our health and happiness, but it’s not always easy to be the partner, parent, family member or friend we would most like to be.
Online counselling offers opportunities for individuals, couples, and families to explore and change aspects of their lives and relationships they want to improve.
Mental health support workers help people to achieve their goals in a positive and collaborative way – clarifying issues, exploring options, and developing strategies. Online therapists assist people to develop insights and understanding about their relationship, work on issues of concern, and/or build capacity to create safe, thriving relationships.
Although there are some similarities and overlap between the different types of mental health support worker, there are also some key differences between how a psychologist, mental health social worker, occupational therapist, and counsellor work with people and support their clients to achieve their mental health goals through therapy online.
What is the difference between a psychologist, mental health social worker, occupational therapist, and counsellor?