Online Therapy

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What is online therapy?

Online therapy provides similar benefits to therapy that is conducted in person. Although you will not meet your therapist face-to-face the results you can achieve in virtual therapy are just as  powerful, deep and transformative as in-person therapy. You will have the opportunity to get to know your therapist or psychologist just as well as if you were in the office.

Who do we treat?

At Behr Psychology we work with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. People who seek treatment with us work on goals related to striking work-life balance, integrating religion and culture, understanding intersectionality and processing trauma. Others work on addressing sexual health and dysfunction, overwhelming life-transitions, improving self esteem,  building assertiveness, or embarking upon and self-exploration.

What to expect

You will meet with your therapist confidentially online. Online therapy is ideal for individuals who are looking for convenience, comfort, freedom, and flexibility. It is a great opportunity to work on mental health challenges including depression and anxiety as well as all the other areas we treat.

Myths about Online Therapy:

Myth: I will not be able to form a relationship online with a therapist.

Fact: We find that you can build a relationship with a therapist and do just as good of work as if you were in person. Our therapists are skilled at forming strong bonds and providing powerful interventions with our clients in virtual therapy.

Myth: I will not be able to work on my issues over the internet.

Fact: Most of the issues that bring people to therapy can be worked on just as effectively online as in person. Your therapist will help you to feel comfortable opening up.

Myth: Online therapy is only for during the pandemic.

Fact: Online therapy is here to stay. At Behr Psychology, we will continue to provide online therapy. Therapy online is convenient, accessible and useful to many. It can help fit therapy into your busy life with no commute and less stress.

Myth: I have too much Zoom fatigue for online therapy.

Fact: Therapy can be conducted over video or over the phone. If you would rather speak with a therapist voice-to-voice, over the phone rather than over video, we are happy to work with you.

Good reasons to start therapy


If you are experiencing stress, worry, overwhelm, panic, and are overthinking things, you may be dealing with anxiety. Therapy can be helpful in supporting you to better understand and manage your anxiety.


Depression can look different for everyone, but some common signs of depression are chronic sadness, lack of motivation, feeling withdrawn, removed, and isolated. Therapy can be helpful in supporting you to better understand and manage your depression.

Relationship Problems

Therapy can be helpful in improving relationships. Interpersonal problems can result from trauma, lack of experience, miscommunication, incompatibility, or life stressors and circumstances. We can help you to improve your relationships through individual or couples therapy.

Work-Life Balance

It can be difficult to juggle your work life with your personal life, and there are many stressors that come into play when trying to find a healthy work-life balance. Therapy can help you to set boundaries and achieve greater balance in your life.

Religion and Culture

Everyone has their own unique experience related to their religion and culture. At Behr Psychology we are sensitive and knowledgeable about many cultures and religions. We can work with you to understand conflicts or values related to religion and culture.


Race, class, and gender identities often overlap and can be the source of trauma, discrimination or disadvantage. Therapy can help you to process these experiences and your unique identity.


Trauma is an emotional response to a threatening event that causes long-term reactions such as flashbacks, unpredictable emotions, dissociative episodes, or physical symptoms. Therapy can be helpful in supporting you to better understand, process, and manage your symptoms of trauma and anxiety.

Sexual Dysfunction

At Behr Psychology we treat a range of sexual disorders including erectile dysfunction, low libido, premature ejaculation, vaginismus, porn addiction, sex addiction and pain with sex. Sexual health can be related to any of these issues in addition to kink and BDSM. Therapy can be helpful in supporting you to better understand, process, and manage issues and topics related to sex and sexual health.

Life Transitions

We can help support you through life transitions that can create stress and anxiety in your life. This can include moving, changing jobs, beginning and finishing school, starting a family, caretaking responsibilities, marriage, and grief and loss. Therapy can help provide a safe space for you to process your emotions and get the support you need.


Self-esteem and self-love are at the core of many other emotional functions. If you are struggling with self esteem you might be dealing with body image, an eating disorder, depression, anxiety, or self-confidence. Therapy can help you to build your self-esteem and confidence while reducing shame and guilt.


Many people struggle with asserting themselves in the workplace and in relationships. Confidence, communication, and strategy are key when working on assertiveness. Therapy can help to support your abilities to assert yourself in a variety of settings.


Self-exploration in therapy is useful for people who want to learn more about themselves but may not know where to start. You may be interested in therapy but are not sure what you really want to talk about. That is ok. You don’t need to know where to start to begin exploring.