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Do I have to use a camera during online/Skype sessions?
If you prefer, we can talk on the phone or via Skype with audio only. The most important thing is that you feel relaxed and comfortable as we work together.
Should I opt for the 30-minute or 60-minute session?
This really depends on you. If you’re pressed for time or find it easier to talk in more compact sessions, you may prefer the shorter option. If you have a lot to discuss or it takes you a while to warm up, a longer session may work better for you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a free
15-minute get acquainted chat, so we can discuss your requirements.
How long will counselling last?
Counselling can range from a once-off consultation to short-term (6 to 8 sessions) to longer term. In our experience an average of 6 to 10 sessions is generally effective. However, you and your counsellor can review this regularly.
What do people talk about in counselling?
Whatever matters to them! Counselling gives you the opportunity to discuss your concerns with an empathetic, non-judgemental listener. There might be a specific issue you’d like to work on, or a range of different challenges. Click here for some examples.
How will I know if counselling is right for me?
We recommend trying one or more sessions to see how you feel. We also encourage you to ask questions along the way. Ultimately counselling is about helping you to work things out for yourself. Remember that the process is voluntary and the choice is always yours.
What is the difference between counselling, coaching and psychotherapy? Can Expat Nest meet my needs?
Counselling focuses on the past and present to help you function better; coaching helps you identify your goals and develop behaviours and life skills to reach them; and psychotherapy reflects on and seeks to understand the past, often with the goal of healing a trauma.