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|"A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step"
|Your call is
important to us
|Skype uses the AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), also known as Rijndael, which is used by the US
Government to protect sensitive information, and Skype uses the maximum 256-bit encryption. User public keys
are certified by the Skype server at login using 1536 or 2048-bit RSA certificates. All Skype-to-Skype voice,
video, and instant message conversations are encrypted. This protects you from potential
eavesdropping by malicious users.
Today's technology has provided a means to access culturally and linguistically
competent, specialized mental health services to populations once significantly
With access to Internet through a webcam and Skype, a patient seeking professional
psychotherapy can benefit from counseling, mental health evaluations and immigration
diagnostic evaluations from anywhere in the world.
Our professional psychological services can be provided to you from the comfort of your
home, at times convenient to you, without the need to travel to a distant office and most
importantly, it can be provided in your language
You can enjoy face-to-face therapy online with an experienced, culturally and
linguistically competent and licensed psychotherapist at a lower cost than in-office
Distance communication between a therapist and client is not a new concept. Sigmund
Freud utilized letters extensively to communicate with his clients. Self-help groups began
emerging on the Internet as early as 1982 (Kanini, K. & Regehr, C., 2003). In a study
published by the journal Psychiatric Services, patients receiving mental health treatment
through video conferencing reported "high levels of satisfaction" (Frueh, C., et. al., 2000.)
The Road to Recovery uses encryption protocols to insure your online privacy via Skype.
All Skype sessions are encrypted to provide you confidentiality. If you think online
counseling might benefit you, please contact us to request online therapy.