In my practice, teletherapy has proven to be just as effective at fostering growth and change as traditional in-office sessions. In addition to the convenience of not having to travel to and from appointments, many clients open up more quickly and feel more at ease doing therapeutic work from their own home or office. The space (or “container”) of therapeutic work is thus more reciprocal, with you coming to sessions from your own space and me, from mine. Our encounter happens not entirely on your turf and not entirely on mine, but somewhere in between. The strength and intimacy of therapeutic relationships forged virtually differ little from those forged physically. Another benefit of teletherapy is that is allows me to serve clients interested in depth therapy, but who don’t live within driving distance from my office.