Online Counseling in Delaware
Virtual Delaware Therapists
Takeaway: Life gets tough every now and then–after all, you’re human. However, you don’t have to struggle alone. Online therapy in Delaware can provide you with the support you need to cope and reach your goals.
While everyone experiences challenges in life, your struggles are no less important. You deserve support no matter what you're going through. We support people with a range of different needs, including emotional challenges, mental health conditions, and relationship problems.
Our therapists at Introspection Counseling Center will meet you with compassion and acceptance. Reaching out for support is often difficult enough in and of itself, so we want to reassure you that our virtual therapy space is inclusive, supportive, and free of judgment.
If you're interested in learning more or feel ready to start the process, we encourage you to reach out to schedule your free consultation. We look forward to getting to know you and help you navigate life's stressors.
We offer online individual and group counseling services also known as Telehealth, for adults in Delaware.
Telehealth appointments can be very beneficial if getting to a traditional in-person appointment is not convenient, or you just don’t want to.
Our HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform is easy to use and does not require downloading an app or software. It can be easily utilized through your internet browser on your smartphone or computer wherever you are.
Teletherapy has many other benefits compared with in person therapy, including increasing access to mental health services and saving time (and money). By accessing mental health counseling online, you cut out the commute to and from a therapist's office.
This reduces your travel time, the amount of time you need to be away from your family, and costs like childcare and time off of work. Plus, you can join a session from the comfort of your own home. This may help you feel more at ease discussing difficult topics since you're in a safe environment that you're already familiar with.
If you have more questions about whether online therapy in Delaware is the right option for you, we encourage you to reach out. Our clinicians are happy to discuss any questions, comments, or concerns before you begin teletherapy.
We offer private pay options and accept major insurance plans.
Your mental health is a worthy investment. We offer a range of different payment options to help make online therapy sessions accessible for as many people as possible. We work with a variety of major insurance companies and can also accept your out of network benefits.
Private pay is also an option if you prefer to keep your mental health care separate from your insurance company. Please refer to our rates and insurance page for more information about paying for teletherapy.
Our mental health professionals have education, training, and experience supporting people with a wide range of different issues. During the consultation process, you will be matched with a mental health professional who specializes in one of the following areas:
- Trauma & PTSD
- Relationship Issues
- Trust Issues
- Life Stressors
- Work/Life Balance
This is not an all-inclusive list. If you don't see your particular stressor listed here, feel free to reach out. We can provide more information about whether or not our mental health services may be a good fit for you and your needs.
Group Therapy Topics
We also offer group therapy for a variety of different mental health issues and life stressors. Each of our groups are facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker or licensed professional counselor to ensure that you receive both professional guidance and peer support. Our Delaware therapists provide groups centered around the following topics:
- Trauma Recovery and Empowerment (TREM)
- Single Moms Stress Management Group
- Coping Skills for Anxiety & Depression
Many people enjoy group therapy because it reminds them that they are not alone in their struggles. It can be incredibly validating and empowering to hear from other people who experience challenges similar to your own.
Our therapists in Delaware are trained in a variety of different treatment methods. Most of our clinical social workers and licensed mental health clinicians use a combination of different therapeutic approaches, including:
- Strength-Based, Person-Centered
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Cognitive Processing Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Solution-Focused Therapy
Frequently Asked Questions
Many people have questions or concerns they want to address before beginning teletherapy. Here, we’ve addressed some of the common questions we hear from people like you. If you prefer to speak with us directly or have additional questions, we encourage you to reach out.
Each person’s process for deciding whether to start therapy is completely unique. No two people have the exact same experience with counseling. With that being said, there are some common signs that may indicate that you could benefit from some extra support.
If you have a diagnosed mental illness such as anxiety or depression (or suspect you might), it could be a good idea to get help. Even if your symptoms aren’t particularly intense right now, research suggests that getting treatment can be an excellent prevention measure.
Loss, life changes, stress, low self esteem, and relationship issues are also good indicators that you may benefit from therapy. Video counseling can teach you skills to develop healthy relationships, help you process your life experiences, and support your overall personal growth.
There are many factors to take into consideration when searching for a counselor. First, it’s important to address logistics. Can the therapist provide telehealth services in the state where you live? Do they specialize in the issues you’re experiencing? Do they take your insurance or offer other payment options that work for you?
Beyond logistics, it’s also important to gauge the connection you feel with a potential new therapist. Of course, it takes time to build therapeutic relationships, but it’s important that you feel comfortable with whoever you work with. We offer free consultations so you can get to know your potential new therapist before diving. Schedule yours here.
Contact Introspection Counseling Today
It can be difficult to reach out for help, but it's important to know that you don't need to endure life's challenges alone. Nearly everyone can benefit from additional support now and then, and we're here to provide that for you.
Our clinicians strive to foster an environment of compassion, respect, and empowerment to help you reflect on your experiences and work toward the life you want.
If you're curious to learn more about the process or feel ready to start online counseling in Delaware, we encourage you to reach out. During your free consultation, we can get a sense of whether we might be a good fit for each other and make a plan for moving forward. We look forward to hearing from you!