Excellent Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
                                                                           in the Privacy of Your Own Home
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Welcome to OnlineCBTCounseling.com.  Our expert certified cognitive-behavioral therapists are looking forward to helping you.  We help people with a wide variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, panic, anger, trauma, abuse, fears / phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, low self-esteem, low confidence, substance abuse, alcohol problems, eating disorders, obesity / weight loss problems, smoking cessation, school problems, sexual problems, compulsive behavior (gambing, pornography addiction), and low motivation. 

Please feel free to take a look around our website to learn about them and about cognitive-behavioral therapy.

We were motivated to provide online cognitive-behavioral therapy by the fact that many areas of the United States have very few, if any, cognitive-behavioral therapists to serve people seeking therapy.  Also, many people are very afraid to leave their home and / or to travel / drive to a therapist's office.  While there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of, unfortunately even today some people are fearful of seeking therapy being concerned that someone they know will see them enter a therapist's office.

You can select the therapist who seems to most align with your preferences and concerns.

We have certain requirements for our online clients, so please read the "Who We Serve" and "Requirements" sections of this website for complete information.
 


If you have any questions you would like answered, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at:

1-800-853-1135

and we'll be happy
to help you.
Advantages to Our Online Counseling

Certified and Experienced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists

No need to leave home

Confidential, Caring Therapy

Clients learn an approach to self-counseling they
can apply to any situation long
after therapy is over.


Our goal is for you to never need therapy again.


 


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