Haylee Doing Teletherapy for Depression and Anxiety it is Working!
We had an open conversation with Haylee about teletherapy and this was her response:
To be completely honest. In the 10 or so years that I’ve been doing therapy, I have tried to avoid, at all costs, doing any kind of teletherapy because I love the connection that we form in the office.
But now, having been forced into it, I have found that I can still feel and build that genuine connection with the individuals that I am working with.
I was afraid that teletherapy was going to cause me to have to completely change the way I was connecting with people. However, It hasn’t adjusted or changed my style in any way, and it has been actually quite a good eye-opening experience for me to see that teletherapy for anxiety and depression really can work, and it can make a difference.
It definitely opens up a lot more opportunities to see and to work with different people no matter what kind of circumstances we may have or distances that may be between us.
I have found teletherapy, even though I had tried to avoid it for so long, it turns out there was no need for me to have done that because it is working great and I am enjoying it.