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Online Therapy for Moms

Goda Brzozauskaite
  • Dec 06, 2021
  • 5 min read
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Motherhood is not all rainbows and butterflies. Many women face challenges that strain their mental health, from childbirth until their children leave the house. Up to 75% of women experience baby blues. Around 1 in 7 are at risk of developing postpartum depression later on. 

Moreover, many others suffer from a lack of self-care, as there aren't enough hours in the day to remember that you have needs too. This often contributes to depression, anxiety, or increased levels of stress.

Not waiting too long before starting therapy can make you feel much better faster. But how can you spare a few hours when there are so many things to take care of? What if we told you might just a few minutes a day? Let us introduce you to online therapy.

What types of online therapy can you choose from?

Online therapy for moms has many forms. Most of the time, a therapist and a client communicate via scheduled sessions, emails, or messaging. Occasionally, online therapy is also referred to programs where a person has to follow some material, such as video recordings. However, this article will focus only on help from a licensed professional.

Online counseling became very common during the pandemic, when meeting a therapist in person was impossible. Many counselors now have their website, where you can check if they work online. However, the most common are online therapy sites. They make the connection with a therapist cheaper, faster, and more convenient. 

Is online therapy for moms effective?

Can your therapist help you just by hearing your voice or reading your texts? Psychologists now agree that online therapy is just as effective as in-person counseling. It can help with anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, parenting, and many other issues. 

The core of therapy is your communication and relationship with the therapist. It may feel strange to communicate with your therapist through a screen, but most people say it does not affect how open they can be about their problems. If you can't feel the connection with your therapist, try a different one – it's mostly likely the approach your therapist is using, rather than online therapy itself.

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Why is online therapy perfect for moms? 4 reasons   

Mothers are often the ones who will do everything for the people around them and leave their own needs for last. That's when online therapy steps in, offering help that will take just as much time as you can spare, and not a minute more. 

1. Fit for every schedule or chaos

Online sessions provide much-needed flexibility. If a baby gets sick and you need to cancel, you can reschedule your therapy session without much trouble. Messaging sessions save those moms who have to tiptoe while their baby is sleeping.

If you don't think you can spare an hour or even a half an hour for yourself without worrying about what your kids are doing, online therapy can cover that too. You can choose anonymous messaging therapy that offers you the opportunity to message anytime you have a spare minute. Your therapist will answer you a few times a day. This option is also much cheaper than the one including sessions. 

2. Therapy from the comfort of your home

A mother talking on phone while holding a baby

Online therapy is perfect for new moms. You don't have to move mountains preparing your baby for travel or finding a babysitter for your toddler. All you need to do is find yourself a minute, take your phone or computer, and you are in therapy. 

3. Adapted for specific needs

Not every therapist may be skilled in helping with specific issues such as prenatal anxiety or parenting problems. Online therapy for mothers unlocks the whole country. You can choose from qualified specialists no matter how far they live from you. 

It’s also the best option for those who can’t travel because they or their child have disabilities. It also can be the only option for women working shifts. 

4. A therapist is always there for you

Therapy for moms, especially those at home with their toddlers, is different from therapy for other people. They may need to end the session at any time or not have more than 5 minutes of peace. Every day is a challenge. That's why having a therapist for you every day is so important. Our therapists work 6 days a week, so that you will get the daily mental support you need. 

Why has online therapy become so popular?

Online counseling solves many limitations in-person therapy has. 

  • It's more affordable. Online therapy platforms allow therapists to talk with more clients at the same time, reducing therapy prices. We understand that by making therapy more affordable, we have made it more accessible to everyone. That's why we strive to keep the lowest prices in the market. 
  • You can see therapy results faster. Talking with a therapist everyday often helps you tackle the core problems faster and get daily support to overcome them. 
  • It allows changing a therapist easily. Some people stick to the same therapist even if they feel they aren’t well-suited for them. They don't want additional trouble and are afraid to say that they don't find therapy helpful. Online counseling sites allow you to change a therapist in a few minutes, without asking for any explanation. 
  • Therapy can be anonymous. Some problems can be hard to talk about. Online therapists don't need to know your real name to help – all they need is your genuine wish to get better.

Is online therapy suited for everyone?

A therapist with a patient during online session

Many problems can be solved by talking with a therapist online. It helps reduce anxiety and stress. Helps people suffering from grief and other painful experiences. Online therapy is effective for mild to moderate depression. But if you are dealing with severe mental health issues, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or severe depression, seek in-person treatment. Online therapy is also not suited for people who have suicidal plans or are in an emergency. 

Mental help is beneficial for everyone at some point in their life. But it can be much harder to reach for some. Online therapy for mothers makes it much easier to receive that help. If you feel ready to talk with a licensed therapist, we will be more than glad to help you.

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