Individual therapy approaches offered include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), and Counselling. Therapy can be face to face, and also online.
It may be that you feel you would like to meet face to face with a therapist in order to have a more personable experience and connection. Traditionally, this is how therapy has most frequently been conducted.
However, there are various reasons why some people might prefer telephone or online sessions. For example, some people that have experienced trauma or are living with Agoraphobia can be too fearful to leave the house. People experiencing social anxiety disorder may struggle with meeting the therapist in the early stages of therapy. Others may prefer online sessions for reasons of convenience. Whatever the reason, sessions can be arranged on a video conferencing platform, by telephone or even instant messaging if preferred.