Online Therapy in Virginia
Begin working through your thoughts and start online therapy in Virginia
One barrier to therapy is finding time in your busy schedule. You have family, kids, schedules, work, and many other tasks to handle. Then you have to deal with waiting rooms, paperwork, and then an additional drive home. This is draining and you just don’t have the time.
Managing Motherhood offers easy access to mental health care and support for a variety of parenting issues and concerns. Whether you live in beautiful Alexandria, busy and bustling Richmond, Historic Williamsburg, or laid back Virginia Beach, relief from the stress and overwhelm of motherhood begins with the click of a button.
Here are some reasons to choose Online therapy with Managing Motherhood:
Respect for your physical needs or limitations:
Some women are up and running a few days after having birth. Others require more time to heal and feel physically like themselves. Telehealth in Virginia allows you to access mental health services shortly after giving birth. Recovery after birth is necessary. Therefore, honoring your need to rest and heal after the process of giving birth is key. Online therapy also requires you to exert less energy.
After all, motherhood is exhausting. If your baby is a few days old or a rambunctious 7-year-old, chances are you aren’t getting as much sleep as you did before having children. Likewise, issues like depression, anxiety, stress, and PTSD also mess with your sleep in a variety of ways (difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, nightmares, etc.). Especially with postpartum mood disorders, they can leave you feeling completely drained and exhausted. Some days it might be an accomplishment just to get out of bed. You might not have the physical energy to shower, get dressed, and travel to a therapy appointment. Online therapy allows you to receive care with very little physical effort.
It is a great option for rural and remote areas:
Virginia is a large and diverse state. While much of Virginia consists of bustling cities with busy streets, many families choose to live in quiet countryside communities. Moms living in more rural areas of the state might have to travel quite a distance to find a mental health provider that treats perinatal mood disorders and motherhood stress. Managing Motherhood psychotherapy uses online therapy in Virginia to treat women and children throughout the state. Distance does not have to be a barrier with therapy.
Privacy and boundaries are always addressed:
There are a few reasons, many moms seeking therapy value privacy. Especially in more rural areas of Virginia, the number of mental health providers may be limited. It is not uncommon for members of the same or nearby communities to have the same therapist. While therapists much keep the information confidential, it is easy to run into someone from a mom’s group in the parking lot or to see another mom from your child’s soccer team in the waiting room. Online therapy helps you avoid these potentially awkward run-ins.
Allows for more consistent and frequent sessions:
Online therapy sessions are easier to fit into your day. Without the need to travel or find a baby-sitter, you only need to carve out an hour of your day for your therapy session. The ease of scheduling means that you might even want to attend therapy at an increased frequency. This allows you to work through issues more quickly and feel better a little sooner. Since you don’t have to leave the house, you’re also less likely to miss or reschedule sessions due to rain, snow, car accidents, or other unavoidable barriers.
Online Therapy in Virginia for Postpartum Anxiety
If you want to get back to you and enjoy this time, then therapy can help you get out of your head. It is important for you to get back to experiencing and enjoying life. I offer online therapy for postpartum anxiety in Maryland. You can get help from the comfort of your own space.
Online Therapy for Postpartum Depression Treatment
Online Therapy for Stressed and Overwhelmed Moms
With online therapy for burnout and overwhelm in Virginia, you will learn to put yourself first, focus on your well-being, set boundaries, and better communicate with those around you. Ultimately in therapy, we will work to restore peace in your life.
Therapy for Birth Trauma in Virginia
Dealing with traumatic experiences can be complicated, therefore, it’s key that people feel safe in their environment. Often mothers have already experienced not being heard in a hospital situation which creates uncertainty. However, with online therapy in Virginia for birth trauma, you can begin to open up in a way that allows you to feel safe in a space of your choosing. Begin to relax and develop healthy mechanisms as you move forward with a caring trauma therapist.
Online Parent Coaching
If you’re looking to build up your children, but you’re struggling to communicate with them, online parent coaching can help. Finding healthy and effective ways to parent is key, and being able to do this in a comfortable environment helps with online therapy.
Begin Online Therapy in Virginia With Managing Motherhood!
Being a mother is rewarding, complicated, beautiful, and chaotic. If you work or have other responsibilities, you know how valuable time is. Being able to prioritize you in your very own space matters. Try online therapy in Virginia, where you can be heard. In my online Virginia counseling practice, you will meet with me, your online therapist, who specializes in postpartum depression, anxiety, support, parent coaching, and parent-child interaction therapy among other family-related topics. To get started with therapy follow these simple steps:
- Contact Managing Motherhood
- Meet with Orlesa Poole, your online therapist
- Begin working on your mental health and relationships today!
Other services at Managing Motherhood
At Managing Motherhood, I offer a wide range of services via online therapy in Virginia. Other services include postpartum depression, therapy for stress and overwhelm, pregnancy and motherhood, parenting support, parent-child interaction therapy, counseling for new mothers, and therapy for postpartum anxiety. My work also includes birth trauma and parent coaching. Additionally, I offer online therapy in Maryland and online therapy in Washington, D.C. I look forward to helping you navigate womanhood. Therapy can help you live a more fulfilling life without guilt! Get out of your head and back into life!