Online counseling sessions can be just as intimate, if not more so, than in-person therapy sessions. The first week or two of tele-therapy were an adjustment to the technology for both client and therapist. Over the past few weeks, I've noticed that the sessions have become much more rich. Meditation and other contemplative practices have long been an excellent adjunct to therapy. Now that there is no more commute to our offices, I've been recommending that the extra time be used to create a special ritual. Below is a list of what I've been recommending. Repeat this process every week to provide a sense of grounding and to take your therapy process to a deeper level.
Dr. Engler's Articles on the Huffington Post:
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Why Moving in Together Kills Your Sex Life, and What to Do About It.
Men's Health Magazine interviews Dr. Engler about how to improve your sex life, and reviews her book, "The Men on My Couch."
11 Things That Actually Surprised This Sex Therapist.
BuzzFeed reviews Dr. Engler's new book, "The Women on My Couch."