Psychotherapy via Skype
Modern life can keep us so busy that we forget (or avoid) the essential need to stop and check in with ourselves in order to take care of our own emotional lives.
At The School of Life we believe that consulting a psychotherapist should be as accessible and as normal as developing your career, getting help for a physical problem, or going to the gym to get healthy. Just as we take care of our bodies and physical health, a vital element of self-care is devoting focused time and energy to exploring and understanding our thoughts and feelings.
Whatever is going on in your life – whether you are entering a period of transition, want to improve your relationships or are stuck in a rut– we’ll engage you in an enlightening one-to-one conversation marked by curiosity, respect and understanding. You may want help for dealing with a serious problem, or perhaps you want to develop and self-improve.
Psychotherapy can help when life feels unbearably difficult, and it can also make a decent life even better. You will work collaboratively to become more aware of patterns in your life and enact changes to lessen your suffering and increase your enjoyment of life.
Skype sessions are available for anyone around the world. Once you have made a booking, one of our psychotherapists will be in touch via email to arrange a day and time for the initial session. The session will last for 50 minutes and the fee is £100.00. This will be an opportunity for you to have an in-depth conversation with a highly qualified psychotherapist. You may then choose to have weekly follow-on sessions, which you’ll arrange directly with the psychotherapist.
Sessions will be held in English. Please ensure you have a sufficient internet connection and a Skype account ahead of your session.
'Our work together has genuinely been a life changing experience. The sessions were insightful, nurturing, challenging, and ultimately helped me become a better version of myself. Psychotherapy has helped me improve my life in numerous ways and the benefits are immense. I only wish I got myself help sooner.'