The power of the written word
Email counselling offers an alternative mode of therapy that can still be effective, and at times, more convenient. Bonds can be formed through the medium of writing, as they did in the old days of letter writing – and as they do today through emailing. Feelings can be expressed for some in ways they are not able to in person.
Adapting to your learning style
For those who love to read, you will know the powerful impact words on a page can make. While some enjoy the social aspect of a “live” meeting, not everyone benefits from in-person interaction. Visual learners often benefit from seeing instructions laid out clearly and being able to read and re-read at their leisure. Those with time constraints can receive therapy in a more flexible and immediate manner. This mode of therapy is also at a significantly discounted rate – less than half the cost of an in-person session.
As a former professional marketing copywriter and a continuous creative writer, I obviously have a love of the written word, and find this medium easy, effective and enjoyable. That’s why I’m pleased to offer you this alternative form of therapy, one in which I think you will gain the benefits of a regular session – in a format that may work better for you.
Email counselling helps people with the following:
“I’ve always found it easier to express myself through writing than speaking. I never knew such a thing as email therapy existed, but I’m so glad I found it! I feel this is so much more effective for me. Jenny has been so helpful to me and I have no hesitation in recommending her.”