We know it isn’t always possible for people to walk into our offices for face-to-face counseling. Whether it is because of distance, schedules or other reasons, Christian Counseling through our video-based, secure system can be a great option.
Why Online Counseling?
We don’t always live within Metro Areas, but are still in need of counseling. Coming into a Counselor’s office is not always possible. Whether it is early in the morning, on a lunch break or after the kids go to bed, online counseling might work for you!
There are plenty of studies that indicate online counseling is effective, safe and secure.*
How does it work?
Mount Tabor Counseling uses a system called Simple Practice. Simple Practice is secure, HIPPA compliant, and extremely convenient. It provides us with the ability do online video counseling.
Simple Practice is compliant with almost any device that connects to the internet, including Mac, PC, iPhone, Android, Chromebooks, and more!
How do I get started?
What is the length of a session?
50-90-minutes, depending on the type of counseling (i.e. individual, couples, brainspotting etc.)
How must does it cost?
Prices vary per clinician starting at $135 per individual session – ranging to $200 for a 90 minute session. MTC is also able to function as an out of network provider with most insurance providers. These policies are dependent upon your individual insurance company, (Please note that most insurance companies do not reimburse for online counseling sessions). If this is a route that you would like to go down, please talk with your therapist at the first meeting. MTC offers a sliding scale of prices in order to allow individuals who are unable to pay the full amount the services to still get help. See our appointments page for more information.
Connect with us today!
Click on the link above to request a complimentary consultation. If you’d like to schedule an appointment feel free to reach out to the email or phone number listed below.
We look forward to connecting with you!
Mount Tabor Counseling is not a crisis-counseling agency, and that same-day appointments are not typical. If you need immediate help, please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.
*1. Reese, R., Conoley, C., Brossart, D. Effectiveness of telephone counseling: A field-based investigation. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 49(2). 2. Manhal-Baugus, M. E-Therapy: Practical, ethical, and legal issues. Cybercounsel.org. Retrieved September 3, 2005, from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2/content_storage_01/0000000b/80/0d/63/90.pdf