‘What is a normal day in the life of an online therapist?’ I asked myself that question and realised that the great thing about being a therapist is that no two days are ever the same. Because one of the advantages of online work is that clients can access you at any time, it means that during any one day someone can send me a webjournal and they haven’t had to make an appointment.
But a typical day starts with me inputting to myself. Resourcing myself spiritually, physically and intellectually not only helps combat what could be a very sedentary lifestyle but also keeps me accountable for growth both personally and professionally.
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This article first appeared in the January 2012 issue of TILT Magazine ~ Therapeutic Innovations in Light of Technology.
Chris Hight has been a counsellor for over 20 years, primarily working in private practice in Auckland New Zealand. Chris is also part of trauma recovery team working with people in Christchurch who have lived through 3 earthquakes since September 2010. She has an online practice, which has led the way in online counselling in NZ.