Janina Fisher – Making Virtual Psychotherapy a Relational Experience
In a climate of fear and isolation that equally affects us all, therapists are now being asked to help clients deal with the practical challenges of self-isolation in a time of danger and heightened anxiety—and doing so in isolation. Worse yet, telehealth requires the sudden acquisition of new technical skills and facing any phobias we and the clients have about the use of technology.
Without the contact we and they value as the heart and soul of psychotherapy, virtual psychotherapy can feel distant and impersonal just when clients have an increased need for connection. But it does not have to be!
This recording addresses how to overcome the limitations of telehealth technology to make remote psychotherapy a warm and relational experience.
- Practical tips for making virtual psychotherapy feel personal and connected
- Resources for helping clients tolerate fear and loneliness
- Interactive neurobiological regulation: using our nervous systems to regulate the client’s nervous system
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