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From the comfort of your own home and when you choose


No travel, No waiting rooms and No accidental encounters

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Access to licensed, qualified and experienced Therapists

  • High definition, real time video
  • Secure, private and confidential
  • User friendly Platform
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at a time and place that is convenient for you

  • Schedule an appointment in seconds
  • Pay per visit
  • No membership fees
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  • Secure and Private video sessions
  • HIPAA compliant and user friendly platform
  • Data encryption and firewall technology
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Effective and proven results

  • Research supports the effectiveness of online therapy
  • No difference in results when compared to in-person visits
  • High rate of client satisfaction
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Overcome life’s challenges

Transcend limitations, Exceed expectations, Discover your full potential


Therapy can assist in your journey of self discovery

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Therapy can help with


  • Stress, work issues and relationship difficulties
  • Mood and anxiety
  • Tobacco, alcohol and drug related challenges
  • Problem Gambling
  • Eating difficulties and weight related issues
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Life coaching and guidance

How does it work?


  • Choose your preferred therapist. Search by therapy type, therapist name, language and other filters
  • Sign up/Register. It’s free to sign up, no membership or registration fees
  • Book or request appointment
  • Make payment using debit or credit card
  • Log in on the date and time of your session
  • Have your therapy session online via secure live high definition video
  • Leave feedback after session
Why online therapy (E-therapy)
Convenient, cost effective and straightforward
Where and when it suits you

Saves time and money. No travel, No waiting rooms and No accidental encounters

Anonymous, private and confidential
Reliable, secure and easy to use
HIPAA and HITECH compliant

Data encryption and firewall technology

Hassle free registration

User friendly Platform – simple to use and straightforward navigation
Experienced, qualified therapists
BACP registered

10 + years of experience

Masters level

Background/Qualifications checked and verified
Effective and Proven Results
Research evidence supports the effectiveness of online therapy

No difference in effectiveness when compared to in person visits

PRICING

Pay per visit. No registration or membership fees

25 minute session

£35.00

5 x 25 minute Sessions

£160.00 (£32.00 each)

50 minute session

£65.00

5 x 50 minute Sessions

£300.00 (£60.00 each)

The most cost effective way to access therapy

Please be aware that online therapy is not appropriate for life threatening situations or emergencies
For emergencies please go to your nearest emergency department or call your relevant emergency service number
E-therapy does not offer crisis counselling or emergency services

MEET OUR THERAPISTS

Jen Popkin
Hello, my name is Jen Popkin. I have several years’ experience as a counsellor and therapist. I am registered with the BACP and regularly engage professional development activities. I utilise a variety of approaches in my practice in order to support you through your difficulties. I am skilled in cognitive behavioural therapy, eye movement desensitisation reprocessing, solution focused therapy and much more. I provide therapy for relationship difficulties, stress in the workplace, phobias, trauma, alcohol abuse and reduced confidence. I have particular expertise in post-traumatic stress, life/occupational coaching and mediation. Majority of my work is solution focussed utilising cognitive behavioural therapy and elements form other approaches. I provide both short term and long term therapy and the frequency of sessions is tailored to each individual client.
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9.1 Kala Patel
I have over 20 years of experience enabling adults and young people to make sense of chaos and helping them to mend broken hearts and minds. I am a registered MBACP counsellor, psychotherapist and supervisor with a MA and Post-Graduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy. As a long-standing practitioner and Supervisor I enable less experienced colleagues to understand what is going on in their therapeutic work with clients. Counselling and Psychotherapy work has included: Private Practice; the EAP based within Occupational Health at George Eliot Hospital; Leicester College; and PPC (UK) Ltd. Volunteering included Open Door, NW Leicestershire MIND and as the Editor of the BACP RACE Journal. I taught on counselling programmes at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College and with the Open University on Death and Dying and Introduction to Counselling modules until 2016.
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Jan Rogers
Prior to commencing my journey as a counsellor, I practised as a nurse for several years. My perspective on health and wellness is based on the interconnectedness between mind, body and spirit. As such my approach is holistic, taking into consideration the different aspects of a person’s being. I provide a non-judgemental, non-critical and confidential environment which serves to enable clients ventilate their feelings unhindered, thus fostering growth and development. I approach each and every client with kindness, compassion and eagerness to understand their challenges and what they would like to achieve from therapy. I strive to assist clients in finding answers and constructive solutions to their problems by exploring the root cause or reasons for their difficulties. My approach to therapy is integrative and holistic taking into consideration the different facets of existence – mind, body and soul. I look forward to working with you and assisting you in your journey of self-discovery.
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Malcolm Scott
I worked as a professional musician for 18 years before making the transition to counselling and psychotherapy in 2001. During this period, I worked as a teacher for people with learning disabilities and with individuals living with enduring mental health issues. I have over fifteen years’ experience in the field of mental health and have worked in both the private and public sectors. I describe my therapeutic approach as integrative, meaning I use more than one theoretical modality to meet the individual needs of my clients. I am a fully qualified, accredited and registered counsellor and clinical psychotherapist.
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Sue Duffell
I am a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) accredited and registered counsellor and psychotherapist and I adhere to its ethical guidelines for both face to face and online therapy. I am also involved in clinical supervision and continuing professional development as stipulated by the BACP. I have experience working with children, young people and adults in a variety of settings such as G.P practices, Sussex University, schools, a low cost clinic and in private practice. I am an experienced counsellor and therapist and I have been working in the field of mental health and wellbeing for many years. I am an integrative practitioner with training in Psychodynamic theory and my approach is to find a therapeutic style of working that is best suited to the individual client as opposed to adhering rigidly to one theoretical model. I have experience working with clients of all ages, backgrounds, religions, nationalities, sexual orientation and abilities. I offer a safe, confidential and non-judgement service which is tailored to your individual needs and delivered with the highest of professional standards
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9.2 Liz Hancock
Prior to starting my own private practice in 2009, I worked in the corporate world as a senior manager so I have a great understanding of the many issues that can arise in the workplace. I have been working with clients since 2002 and the most common presenting problems I see are stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues. I work with all of these and much more. I enjoy working with clients to achieve their goals. One of my specialisms is helping people see the links between stress and the physical symptoms they may be experiencing. This more often than not leads to eradication of symptoms. Whatever problem you need help with, you can be assured of a non judgmental and confidential service.
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6. Suzy Cohen
I have over twenty-five years’ experience working in the field of well-being as a mental health professional supporting clients with a variety of emotional and psychological difficulties. I have had the opportunity to work with a diverse client demographic and as a result I harbour a deep appreciation of the uniqueness and individuality of my clients and the issues they bring to therapy. My approach to therapy is to respond to my clients as unique individuals and as such over the years I have developed skills that enable me to utilise a variety of therapeutic approaches. I have a particular interest in anxiety, low mood states and addictive behaviour. As a result I have been able to develop skills and resources to enable me deliver a therapeutic programme that facilitates an understanding of the root cause of emotional problems as well as the management of such issues. I work in a holistic fashion which nurtures strengths and individual potential.
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5. Harvey Lidstone-Lane
My name is Harvey and I am a counsellor working in central and west London. I am fully qualified and a registered member of the BACP. I am available to work short or long term with clients. I currently work for Here for you Counselling, a therapy service I started in 2016. My approach to counselling is integrative, meaning I use a combination of therapeutic models and techniques. These include, but are not limited to; Person-centred therapy, CBT, Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Transactional Analysis and Mindfulness practices. I find that working this way allows me to structure my work around each individual client. My philosophy being that everybody is unique and responds to the therapeutic process in their own way. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, abuse, stress, relationship problems, low self-esteem, low confidence, bereavement, existential crisis, phobias, anger issues and many more. I have worked with a wide diversity of clients, however I have particular experience working with adults aged 18-35. Whatever your present situation I am here to help explore your various life challenges and improve your state of mind.
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3. Ann Allega
Hello, my name is Ann and I am a registered member of the BACP. I have significant experience in online counselling and as a result I firmly believe in its benefits. I have done online and phone counselling myself and I found it to be effective. I've worked with lots of people who have never experienced counselling before and I am aware that this can be an anxiety provoking and nervous experience. However, based on my experience I am of the opinion that the release of speaking about something which you may have kept private for a long time is extremely cathartic. If you've come this far, I can offer you confidential and encouraging support through whatever it is you wish to work through. You may not even know what that is! Just that it might be time to talk to someone. My previous career was in the corporate world where I worked for over fifteen years in the beer industry. I'm an American expatriate having first moved to London in 2004. One of my special areas of interest is helping American expats adjust emotionally and psychologically with all the differences they face in the United Kingdom. I know because I faced the same challenges. In addition, I can work with any issue you wish to bring to me. As a registered member of BACP, I am committed to my continual personal and professional development and also work in accordance with their ethical framework for good practice.
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Emma Gartside
I am a trained integrative counsellor and psychotherapist with training in Person centred therapy, Cognitive behavioural therapy, Emotional freedom technique, Gestalt therapy, Transactional analysis and Interpersonal psychotherapy. I have over fourteen years’ experience supporting and developing individuals, couples and groups. I have been providing short and long term psychotherapy within the NHS, secondary schools and private organisations for six years. I come from a corporate background and worked for over five years in occupational health. I have been able to help many people with problems which are impacting their work, those who feel they are in the wrong job or struggling to juggle work with the rest of their lives. I understand the impact of work related stress, difficult working relationships, career transition, redundancy and retirement on personal wellbeing. I have a wealth of experience helping individuals to manage transition; shifting careers or priorities. I have extensive experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma and loss. I can work with you to eliminate the ongoing effects of trauma; panic attacks and flashbacks. I have helped individuals with a variety of addictions; alcohol, drugs, gambling and sexual.
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Quotes of the day

“Life is not what it's supposed to be. It's what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference”
Virginia Satir
“Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer an injury to one's self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily”
Thomas Szasz
“Immature love says: 'I love you because I need you.' Mature love says 'I need you because I love you”
Erich Fromm
“Man's main task in life is to give birth to himself, to become what he potentially is. The most important product of his effort is his own personality”
Erich Fromm
“One's only rival is one's own potentialities. One's only failure is failing to live up to one's own possibilities. In this sense, every man can be a king, and must therefore be treated like a king”
Abraham Maslow
“We fear to know the fearsome and unsavoury aspects of ourselves, but we fear even more to know the godlike in ourselves”
Abraham Maslow
“Freedom means you are unobstructed in living your life as you choose. Anything less is a form of slavery”
Wayne Dyer
“One of the huge imbalances in life is the disparity between your daily existence, with its routines and habits, and the dream you have within yourself of some extraordinarily satisfying way of living”
Wayne Dyer

Get Online Therapy Now From Our Professional Therapists


E-therapy is an online therapy platform that delivers emotional, psychological and behavioural therapies via secure, high-definition live video.

Owing to the complexity and difficulties of our everyday lives, there is a rising demand for these therapeutic services in order to help with our emotional, psychological and physical difficulties. Stress, depression and anxiety are now common symptoms of our fast-paced modern times.

We also know that not everybody has the time or resources to find a suitable therapist, and attend face-to-face sessions. Additionally, the stigma of experiencing and dealing with emotional and other difficulties may also prevent those who would benefit from therapy or counselling from using the traditional approach.

We firmly believe that having access to therapy from the comfort of your own home, office, or wherever you choose can help with the problems outlined.

For therapists and counsellors, E-therapy is a secure, confidential and effective platform through which they can deliver psychological and behavioural therapies. And because it is an online medium, our experienced therapists can reach out to a wider audience.

We are passionate about helping humanity evolve into a peaceful, joyful and harmonious existence, but we also understand that this progress is constantly hindered by the complexities of daily living.
We strongly believe that with the appropriate guidance, a significant proportion of our Earth’s population can be in a better position to deal with life’s complexities and not feel exhausted or overwhelmed in the process. We strive to improve the quality of life of our clients and assist them in achieving happiness, prosperity and fulfilment.

Assisting mankind in the alleviation of psychological and emotional conflict, thereby enabling humanity to progress a step further in its quest for fulfilment, purpose and happiness in essence creating a more sustainable and harmonious world