Psychiatric evaluation and psychotherapy do not require physical examination (eg palpation), thus remote therapeutic collaboration is fully functional and effective in 98% of the cases according to the published international scientific research. 1,2,3,4,5,6

We have been using distance therapy with great success since 2014 with clients who live across the world.


Remote therapy can have significant benefits for you, as long as you do not feel significant discomfort using multimedia technologies (web cam, microphone):

  • Shorter absence from work and your other obligations.
  • Ease of arrival at your appointment (without the worry of traffic, parking, etc.).
  • Convenience of communication from the comfort of your home or a location of your choice.

1. Univ of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences. “Online therapy effective at treating depression and anxiety.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 12 May 2016.
2. B. Wagner “Internet-based versus face-to-face cognitive-behavioral intervention for depression: A randomized controlled non-inferiority trial.” Journal of Affective Disorders. Jan 2014; 152-154: 113–121.
3. L. Beebe; “A Comparison of Telephone and Texting Interventions for Persons with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders.” Journal Issues in Mental Health Nursing 2014; 35: 323-329.
4. Ruwaard J, Lange A. “Efficacy and effectiveness of online cognitive behavioral treatment: a decade of interaction research.” Stud Health Technol Inform. 2011; 167: 9-14.
5. V. Harrison. “Mobile mental health: Review of the emerging field and proof of concept study.” Journal of Mental Health Dec 2011; 20 (6): 509-24.
6. J. Bergström, G.Andersson. “Internet-versus group-administered cognitive behavior therapy for panic disorder in a psychiatric setting: a randomized trial.” BMC Psychiatry 2010; 10:54.