Some suggestions about therapy via Zoom/video call
1. As far as possible make sure that you are in a private space so that you aren’t overheard or interrupted.
2. Sit in a comfortable chair, but don’t lie down or recline. Try to relax.
3. Give yourself a few minutes peace and quiet before and after the session. This gives you time to focus on the session ahead,
think about what you want to explore and, after the session, absorb the therapeutic experience as well as to settle yourself before
you return to the outside world
4. Its ok not keep your eyes fixed on the video screen all the time. We don’t normally keep face to face or eye to eye contact
all the time when we are physically with someone. Feel free to look at me or not.
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