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Online Therapy

Evans Counseling PLLC offers outstanding outpatient behavioral healthcare and online therapy.  Online therapy is sometimes called e-therapy, tele-therapy, tele-psychology or tele-medicine.  For our purposes, use of e-therapy and tele-therapy will be used to refer to online therapy.  E-Therapy refers to an interactive process with a therapist in which you and a therapist use e-mail, instant messaging, in person, video conferencing or telephone communications for the purpose of bringing about psychological awareness and emotional support to make changes in your life.  In general, you can expect our treatment plans to offer individualized care in a supportive atmosphere whether online or in-person.  Our diverse professional team will conduct a thorough evaluation to help determine key issues.  E-therapy works just like face-to-face therapy in that it can be effective for obtaining information and feedback, and for making changes in your life.

E-Therapy Offers:

  • Privacy: Where there is no chance of running into anyone that you know.
  • Confidentiality: Maintaining confidentiality is our main concern. We offer video platforms that provide protection of your health information.  Telephone and emails are also confidential.
  • Effective: There are more studies that show online therapy is just as effective as face-to-face therapy and in some cases more effective. One reason might be that you are in your own comfortable environment.
  • Convenience: There are no waiting rooms, traveling to an office or sitting in traffic.
  • Choices: Generally more access to a wider selection of in state licensed therapists.
  • Financial benefits: With no need to go to an office, you save on time, travel, wear and tear on your car, fuel, no buses or trains, and childcare expenses.

E-Therapy is ideal for clients:

  • Who travel often for work or are otherwise frequently traveling
  • Who have mobility challenges
  • Who have hectic schedules
  • Who want ultimate privacy
  • Who want control over their environment
  • Who have an internet connection or data plan
  • Who are ready for change
  • Who are comfortable with computers, smart phone and software or applications
  • Who are comfortable typing

Disadvantages of E-Therapy:

  • Therapists are less efficient at assessing and diagnosing disorders or complex issues mostly because all senses cannot be utilized in some forms of e-therapy. This issue is much more efficient with video conferencing.
  • In some forms of e-therapy, therapists can only use information given by the client. Non-verbal and verbal cues such as posture, tone in the voice, and facial expressions are not always available or are reduced in some forms of e-therapy.
  • Some health insurance coverage is not available for e-therapy.
  • Medication cannot be prescribed.
  • Clients who keep printed records of Internet chat and e-mails are creating a second medical record. This may make the confidentiality of such records less likely.

E-Therapy is Not Recommended:

  • For clients who need a higher level of care or multiple co-occurring biological diagnoses
  • For clients who are feeling out of control with behavioral issues. These issues ethically require more in-person support
  • Emergencies when you are feeling suicidal or homicidal.
  • When your issues are complex and causing a lot of distress.
  • When you have a long history of mental health related hospitalizations.
  • When your issues involve current severe substance abuse.
  • If you are abusive, threatening, harassing, and/or sexually inappropriate in your interactions with us.


Monday 9:00AM-7:00PM
Tuesday 9:00AM-7:00PM
Wednesday 9:00AM-7:00PM
Thursday 9:00AM-7:00PM
Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed




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