ZAC FINE online Therapy
For millennia philosophers and spiritual teachers have known that life is characterised by suffering. Fortunately there is an antidote: meaning. We can find it by moving towards what has purpose in our lives. Many people seeking therapy have lost touch with this essential mission of self-connection so that life has become an unbearable ordeal of meaningless suffering.
'Negative' emotions such as depression, despair and rage can be great teachers, alerting us that we're on the wrong path. By learning to listen to what's inside, rather than what we think we 'should' be feeling, we can come back to ourselves and feel better. That's what talking therapy is.
This work takes courage and online video calls with a psychotherapist are a convenient route in, especially during lockdown. I'll support you as far as you want confidentially, without judgement. To book a session scroll to the bottom of this page.
Research suggests that online therapy is just as effective as face to face sessions. But how effective is therapy at lifting people out of misery? A review of 40 years of research ascribed 40% of improvements in clients' lives to changes outside psychotherapy (such as life events and support), 15% to their therapists' technique and 30% to the quality of the therapeutic bond they enjoyed with their therapist (Lambert and Barley, 2002).
Book your first 50 minute session for half price. If you want to continue we’ll begin with weekly sessions for a minimum of six sessions. For some people that's enough. Others continue for months or years for deeper therapeutic change.
About 10 minutes from the end of each session I'll make space to tie things up and discuss any homework that could support your transformation.
Online therapy has gained popularity recently as it's become more well known. Studies show it's just as effective as face to face therapy. One obvious advantage is convenience: you save the time and expense of travelling, which may make it easier for you to keep your appointments. You can attend sessions in your home, office or car, as long as it's parked safely.
All you need are a private space, an internet connection that's good enough to stream YouTube and a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Headphones or earphones increase the feeling of privacy and improve sound quality.
Being in your own space before and afterwards can be reassuring and comforting, especially for the first few sessions. For some people this can make the difference between accessing support or not. Some other advantages: