Online Therapy

UK and International Online Therapy
We make professional counselling, accessible, affordable, convenient – so
anyone who struggles with life’s challenges can get help, anytime, anywhere.

 

During times of high stress, dealing  with life’s struggle, whether it’s anxiety, depression or sudden loss, we can help.
Speak with a professional counsellor from the privacy and comfort of your own home.
Don’t go it alone, FREEDOM RELEASE is here for you! 

Online Therapy is often the most practical – and still very effective way – to get help and start a therapeutic journey. Research of the last decade has consistently come to the conclusion that online therapy is a viable and effective alternative to face-to-face treatment.

Privacy and Confidentiality

In accepting the Freedom Release’s offer of online therapy you accept that the service is governed by English Law irrespective of the country in which the client is based.

Freedom Release offers online therapy and uses various video software platforms such as Zoom, Doxy.me, WhatsApp, Skype, Face Time, etc.

Client is responsible for providing the necessary computer, telecommunications equipment and internet access and arranging a location with sufficient lighting and privacy that is free from distractions or intrusions for online therapy session. There is also the possibility, despite reasonable efforts on the part of therapist, that the session could be disrupted or distorted by technical failures, so in such instance the session will be completed via telephone.

Although Freedom Release aims to provide the highest practical levels of client confidentiality protection by using end to end encryption, we regret we are unable to guarantee complete confidentiality under all circumstances.

Further information about online security can be found on the Information Commissioners Office Website https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/online/

Freedom Release adheres to a professional code of ethical standards, this means that we would not disclose information about you to a third party without your agreement, except in situations where there was serious and significant concern about harm to you or someone else and this would normally be discussed with you beforehand if possible.

Boundaries of therapy

Recording sessions without the explicit consent of both therapist and the client/s will be considered as breach of this service agreement.