Digital healthcare is on the rise, and it’s also expanded to mental health. Whether you’re facing anxiety, grief, burnout, or family and financial problems, it’s only natural to want to seek a listening ear.
And your support network doesn’t just extend to your family members and friends, who may not be professionally trained to be able to help with your mental health concerns. And this is where therapy or counselling sessions come into play.
If you’re strapped for time or think you can open up better from the safety and comfort of your home, digital counselling or therapy could help. Plus, they can often be more affordable than face-to-face sessions.