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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, Private and Confidential

  • 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

Emma West
Whatever you are struggling with - stress, low mood, anxiety, low self esteem, relationships, loss, anger, trauma - I can help you work out what you would like to change and find ways to make those changes. Specialist areas: I also have specialist experience and knowledge of disability, carer, health, student and gender dysphoria issues. I've worked doing short and long term work via a variety of different services - a low cost counselling service, in the NHS taking referrals from the Depression and Anxiety service, for an NHS Specialist Gender Identity Clinic [for people transitioning], at the University of Exeter, as well as privately online. My background, of working at the BBC and being a writer, means I have a lot of experience of putting people at ease and developing a good rapport, and I aim to offer a warm, friendly approach to counselling, which most importantly includes listening without judging. As well as doing a lot of listening I use a variety of approaches/techniques in sessions to help you make the changes you want to make, for example: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy [which is about recognising and challenging unhelpful thinking], mindfulness [which is about being in the here and now / relaxation], breathing techniques, and writing exercises - these are just some examples, really it's a question of finding what works for you. I also use 'psycho-education' which can help you to understand what mental distress is all about and what might help. I've developed a series of mindmaps to help explain common issues eg anxiety, depression and low self esteem, common problems eg sleep issues, and potentially useful solutions.
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Stefania Santoro
I am a fully qualified Professional Counsellor. Following the completion of a BSc (hons) Degree in Psychology, I obtained a BACP recognised Diploma in Counselling. I am a Registered Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and an Accredited Member of the National Counselling Society. I belong to the accredited register recognized by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. I am currently working towards achieving full BACP accreditation by seeing clients in private practice. Within my professional practice I demonstrate sensitivity to individual differences when working with clients of diverse ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation and cultural background, treating all people with unconditional positive regards and respect. ​ I work holistically with the individual, acknowledging the complexity of being human, as I believe that people are more than their diagnosis. I have the ability to work with clients with complex needs experiencing emotional and psychological unbalance. I believe people have all the necessary resources within themselves to fully recover and achieve their goals in life. My role is to facilitate self awareness and inner exploration. Mindfulness is a key concept in my work with client. It is only by accepting ourselves fully for who we are that the changes we are longing for will occur naturally.
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Dr Matt Wilkinson
​I am a Clinical Psychologist providing online counselling and online therapy using Skype. I have worked in private healthcare settings and the UK NHS, and have helped people recover from problems including depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, relationship difficulties, OCD, body dysmorphia and personality disorders . ​​I believe that a good relationship is at the heart of effective therapy. My work is informed by a CBT model, but I also use ideas from psychodynamic, systemic and humanistic psychotherapy. ​Prior to private practice, I worked at the Maudsley Hospital in London, where I saw patients in clinic and in the community.
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Kala Patel
I am a Senior Accredited Registrant and Approved Supervisor (NCS) with 22 years of experience having worked for: ​ PPC Ltd Charles Keene College (later Leicester College) The EAP based within Occupational Health at George Eliot Hospital & Private Practice as a Person-Centred therapist and supervisor from 2003. The above includes working with adults, children and young people including those who are cared for, fostered and adopted. ​ I also taught on counselling programmes at NWHC; with the Open University on the Death & Dying and Introduction to Counselling modules; and as a secondary school teacher in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire from 2004 to 2017. ​ From 1997 to 2004 I worked in a voluntary capacity for Open Door Leicester, NW Leicestershire MIND and as the Editor of the BACP RACE Journal. I am currently a Psychotherapeutic Trustee for an independent school in London working with disenfranchised/excluded young people. ​ Prior to working within the Mental Health field, I worked and volunteered with numerous HIV/AIDS organisations in London, Birmingham and Leicester as a health education trainer and a manager. ​
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David Yates
I work as an integrative therapist combining elements of person centred and psychodynamic theory. I very much believe that you have within you the potential to heal and flourish in ways you couldn't imagine. I work with clients of all ages around issues from self-esteem, family dynamics, relationships, career development and life/work balance to trauma, PTSD, loss, mental health issues , abuse and neglect. I originally trained in the addictions field and have an MSc in Addiction Psychology and Counselling. While addiction is a specialist field, it plays into many different areas in people's everyday lives, and apart from substance abuse around drugs and alcohol, I work with clients around behavioural addictions from gambling, debt and the internet, to codependency and sex and love addiction. I would love to hear from you with a view to working together.
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Andy Johnson
I have 20 years experience in delivering counselling over a vast range of issues. I offer a direct and highly compassionate way of working. If you have any queries at all about what I offer, please feel free to send me a message.
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Lauren Stock
To put quite simply, I feel that all individuals experience different levels of adversity and emotional pain at various moments in life. The extent to which we cope with this depends on factors ranging from our early experiences of nurturing, family and friendship groups, financial and social deprivation to our daily acts of self care and our values. When we come up against problems such as crippling self doubt, self attacking thoughts, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, panic and obsessional worrying, it is important that we should receive safe, effective and supportive help. I believe that offering people the opportunity to tell their story from wherever feels right, to understand their problems in detail and to decide the various directions to take is a form of self care. The majority of my professional experience has been withthe NHS as a psychologist working in the field of primary care mental health, hospital outpatients and Public Health for the last 10 years. This has involved developing and running self-management groups for managing common mental health difficulties and also helping GPs to identify early signs of depression in order to manage their symptoms sooner. My current role involves working in a team with Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Nurses and GPs to offer mental health treatment planning. I continue to work for the NHS in the main because I feel that this reflects the realities of life and the systems which continue to challenge us all.
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Guy Butterworth
I completed my diploma in 2009 and have been working independently in private practice for most of the time since. I enjoy being able to provide clients with the time and space that they need to explore difficult personal issues, remembering what it was like to be a client myself for 2 years. I trained according to the person-centred model of therapy and this informs my work to date, while I continue to learn about developments that are taking place in therapy and in scientific research in order to keep my skills and knowledge current. Please contact me so that we can work together to build a relationship that enables you to work on whatever brought you to think about therapy.
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Drew Law
I work in all areas of general counselling and psychotherapy, but I have three particular areas of interest; men's mental health issues, working with classical musicians/singers and issues deriving from birth order and the early experience of sibling relationships.
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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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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