Jules Prentice presents on her experience of the transition from working with clients in a face to face setting to starting to deliver therapy online.
This short presentation looks at working online within the context of a national organisation.
Jules is a psychotherapist delivering face to face and online support to individuals and couples coping with sexual and relationship issues. Her main areas of study include systemic therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and psychodynamic practice; however her specialism and professional interest is in sexual dysfunctions.
Jules currently works in private practice and for Relate National as a relationship therapist supporting their online live chat service.
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