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Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional registered psychotherapist from Boulder, Colorado. Besides seeing clients in person, I also offer online counseling therapy through Skype. Skype Therapy, as it’s commonly called, is becoming increasingly popular. It’s so convenient for people. It means that you’re able to schedule your sessions during your work day without having to leave home or leave the office. It’s very convenient. With Skype, you’re able to see the person as well as talk to them. It’s really no different than being in an office, or in person. It’s the same quality of the one-on-one counseling that you could receive in an office, but with the added convenience, as I say.

Many people like this format because it is something that allows them to find the right kind of therapist to work with, someone that they feel comfortable with. That’s extremely important. Good therapy depends on having the right kind of relationship with your therapist. It has to feel good for you as the client. Also, I find that Skype Therapy works extremely well with the form of therapy that I specialize in, which is called
Mindfulness Therapy; which I talk about in my book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’.

Mindfulness Therapy has grown tremendously in popularity in the last 5 to 10 years now. Our understanding of what mindfulness is and how to use it to effectively work with emotions like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, stress, has grown tremendously. It’s really very, very well worth exploring in detail. What is mindfulness? Basically, it is a form of awareness that we can define as non-reactive awareness. That means that you’re able to sit, literally sit with your emotions without becoming overwhelmed by them, without becoming reactive. This is absolutely essential for healing to occur. The only way that your anxiety or panic attacks will eventually subside is if you can sit with those emotions without feeding them with your reactivity, particularly of course, reactive thinking, avoidance behaviors, or any of these other forms of reactivity that tend to become habits. Mindfulness Therapy is an excellent choice.

Send me an email or use the contact form. Tell me about yourself and your interests. Let’s explore how I can help you through Mindfulness Therapy via Skype. Thank you.


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Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I offer therapy via Skype as an alternative to conventional office sessions. The reason I do this is because many of my clients have very busy lives and they sometimes travel abroad, or are living abroad, and would like to continue their sessions at a time that suits them, and this convenience factors is one of the main advantages of Skype Therapy.

The other real advantage of Skype Therapy is that it is much more comfortable for you, the client; much less intimidating. It’s less clinical in nature, and in fact, the whole approach of Mindfulness Therapy, which is what I offer online. is one of empowering you, is one of teaching you how to work with your emotions in a positive and constructive way, using the the very practical and effective methods of Mindfulness Therapy.

Really, what we are most concerned with doing is helping you change your relationship to your emotions. Most of us live in fear of our emotional suffering, of our anxiety, our panic attacks, our depression or our compulsion if it’s an addiction you are dealing with. We try to avoid them or we react with tremendous aversion, self-criticism and self-loathing. Avoidance and Aversion are your worst enemies. They simply fuel the underlying process of emotional suffering and prevent change. It is possible to change anxiety and depression or addiction, but you must first develop a conscious and friendly relationship with your emotions, and this is perhaps one of the hallmarks of Mindfulness Therapy.

When you have the right relationship with your emotions then they begin to change. You effectively create the right internal psychological conditions that allow them to change. So, this is what we call establishing Right Relationship with emotions, and this is a very, very important foundation in Mindfulness Therapy.

The other thing that we explore during our online therapy sessions is to investigate the actual structure of your emotions; how they actually work. This is quite different than conventional “talk therapy.” We are not talking about emotions, we are actually exploring them to find out how they work. And this is where we come into the area of what is called Emotional Imagery, because its the way you see your emotions and thoughts in the mind that determines how intense they are and how powerful or overwhelming those emotions are. It’s how you see them, how you picture those thoughts and emotions in the mind, and of course most of us are not aware of this, but mindfulness is all about generating awareness and consciousness and investigating the actual structure of your emotions.

Now, the general rule here is the more you look, the more you see. The more you explore the image structure of your emotions the more detail you will discover. This starts to gave you choice because you can change that imagery, and as you change the emotional imagery, the emotion itself begins to change. So, that’s a second theme that we develop during online Skype therapy sessions. We look at the structure of your emotions, we look at the imagery and we start to explore making changes in that imagery that leads to a reduction to anxiety or depression or compulsion.

So, if you are interested in learning more about Skype Therapy and the mindfulness therapy approach, do please CONTACT ME through my website.

There are three steps: The first is to contact me and tell me about yourself and the emotional problems that you are struggling with.

The second step is to schedule a Trial Skype Therapy Session. Now a trial session means that you don’t have to pay anything upfront. You only make your payment through PayPal for the session if you are completely satisfied and that you would like to continue mindfulness therapy with me.

The third step after the first trial session is to monitor your progress, because Mindfulness Therapy, as I said before, is quite different than conventional talk therapy; it’s much faster, and I expect all my clients to see significant improvements after about 3-4 sessions. You will know very clearly after the first couple of sessions if this is going to be effective for you and that’s important. You should expect results and I intend to help you get those results, to see real significant redaction in the level of your anxiety, real significant reduction in the level of your depression, and real freedom from compulsion and addiction. So, those are the three steps.

PLEASE CONTACT ME and let’s discuss this further and schedule Skype Therapy session. Thank you!

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Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I offer online therapy over Skype. So, Skype Therapy is becoming quite popular these days as an alternative to conventional in-person sessions with a therapist. Skype therapy is more popular because it is more convenient and it’s also much more comfortable for you since you don’t have to leave home.

Counseling via Skype is just as effective as conventional in-the-office psychotherapy for most conditions such as anxiety and depression and there are quite a few studies that show that online therapy is just as effective as in-person therapy sessions. In fact, psychotherapy through Skype may be more effective simply because clients feel more comfortable when they can stay at home. For anxiety disorders it is very important that you feel comfortable; we don’t want to add to your anxiety!

So, during the Skype Therapy sessions that I offer, I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy as a way of helping you work with difficult emotions and habitual reactive thinking.

Most of our emotional suffering is a produce of habit. Anxiety is a product of habit; depression is primarily a product of habit, habitual reactive thinking.

So, the first way to break a habit is to develop more conscious awareness of the habit. The more aware we become, the less controlled we are by the habit itself. So, developing this conscious awareness is very much a part of Mindfulness Therapy. We learn to see our habits, the process that causes our anxiety or depression, or addictions or any other emotional problems that we may experience.

So, during the Skype therapy sessions I will teach you how to focus on developing more conscious awareness of your habits. So, that’s the very first step – The more you see your habits, the more freedom you begin to discover, the more you can change those habits.

The second theme, if you like, in Mindfulness Therapy is to look at the emotions themselves and to look at the way that the emotions work. Now, what is most interesting in the mindfulness-based psychotherapy that I teach online, is that we understand that emotions have a structure, and this structure is primarily in the form of imagery. Its how you see the anxiety in the mind that creates that anxiety, creates that emotion.

This internal imagery is what really runs the whole show. Now, we are not usually aware of this imagery because we are not used to looking. Mindfulness Therapy is all about looking and investigating how your mind works. So, we want to discover this internal imagery, and when we discover it, then we can begin to change it. When you change that imagery you effectively change the emotion itself.

So, changing imagery is a very important part of Mindfulness Therapy and developing more conscious awareness of your habits is a very important part of breaking those habits.

If you are interested in Skype Therapy and you would like to schedule a session, please go to my website (the link is below) and email me. Tell me about yourself, about the emotional issues you are struggling with and I will be happy to tell you more about how Skype Therapy works, how to get started with therapy on Skype, and I will tell you more about Mindfulness Therapy as well.

So, it’s very easy to get started, and the first Skype therapy session is a trial session, which means that there is no up-front payment. If you like the results of the session then you would make your payment, and payments are made online through PayPal in a secure way. But, I really want you to feel satisfied with your Skype therapy session, so there are no up-front payments. So, please go to my website and email me and let’s begin exploring how Skype therapy and Mindfulness Therapy can help you. Thank you.


The Efficacy of Online Skype Therapy

Research has established the efficacy of online therapy with treatment outcomes at least equal to traditional in-office, face-to-face setting [e.g. Barak, A., Hen, L., Boniel-Nissim, M., & Shapira, N. A. (2008)].

Other related research concerning online therapy:

Cohen, G.E.; Kerr, B.A. (1998). Computer-mediated counseling: An empirical study of a new mental health treatment. Computers in Human Services 15, 13–26.

Goetta et al., (2013)Delivering exposure and ritual  prevention for obsessive–compulsive disorder via videoconference: Clinical considerations and recommendations. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

Mallen, M. J; Vogel, R. (2005). Online Counseling Reviewing the Literature From a Counseling Psychology Framework”. The Counseling Psychologis, 33(6), 819–871.

Yuen et al., (2013) Acceptance Based Behavior Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder through Videoconferencing. Journal of Anxiety Disorders.


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More about Mindfulness Therapy via Skype

Mindfulness Therapy is quite a different approach to the usual style of talk therapy or counseling. We are not talking about our emotions, so much, as we are investigating the process that creates that anxiety in the mind – the actual habitual patterns of reactive thinking that fuels the anxiety or depression. We also explore the nature of your relationship with the anxiety itself. Most people have a very poor relationship with their emotions, especially, of course, if they are unpleasant emotions. We tend to avoid them or we resist them with some form of aversion or hatred.

However, avoidance and aversion simply make the problem worse and prevents that anxiety from resolving. It keeps the anxiety in a state of agitation and feeds the fire essentially. So, in Mindfulness Therapy sessions, I will teach you how to be with your anxiety or other emotions without feeding the fire. This is what brings about healing.

Mindfulness Therapy is a very effective approach indeed, especially for treating anxiety, but it is also very effective for chronic depression, emotional stress and also for working with addictions, too.




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“I much prefer Skype Therapy because it is so convenient. It feels just the same as seeing a therapist in-person, but without the commute! These Skype sessions have made a tremendous difference for me and I have learned so much.”


Skype Therapy

Today, people are turning to the internet to get help for their anxiety and depression, and talking with a Skype Therapist is becoming the most popular form of Internet Therapy available online. People like working with a therapist through Skype because it allows you to have a face-to-face counseling session, but without having to leave home. Convenience is a major factor for its growth in popularity, but there are some indications that Online Therapy via Skype may actually be significantly better for some people. Obviously, if you are suffering from Agoraphobia or severe Social Anxiety, then not having to leave home will be of major importance for you.

You, like many other people, may just not feel comfortable going to see a traditional therapist in his or her office. This can be intimidating and may feel too clinical for many people. Most people do not feel a need to see a clinical psychologist or therapist; they just want some practical help in managing their emotions. This is where Skype-based Therapy can be an excellent option, because the emphasis is on teaching you how to work with difficult emotions in a positive way. It is based on a model of health not disease. We all struggle with bouts of anxiety, depression and emotional stress. Life is challenging and it is a sign of health and strength to want to learn better ways of managing your emotions.


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Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional Skype therapist. I offer Skype therapy for the treatment of anxiety and depression, and also I offer addiction counseling online through Skype. If you are interested in learning more about Skype therapy, please email me and then we can discuss whether Skype therapy is a good choice for you or not. It is for most people. Really, Skype therapy is a way of getting access to someone like myself, who teaches ways of working with difficult emotions such as anxiety, depression or addiction. I also work with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as well.

People contact me for my services throughout the USA, abroad in Europe and the UK and basically my services are available world-wide, wherever you have a need and where you may have a good internet connection and access to Skype and also PayPal for making your online payments after completion of each session.

About payments for Skype Therapy. My policy is that you pay on a satisfaction basis, that is you pay after the completion of each session based with your satisfaction with that Skype therapy session.

So, please do go to my website, and contact me with any questions you may have about Skype therapy and what to expect during these therapy sessions and also to discuss whether this is appropriate for your needs. So. I do look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!




Skype-based Therapy Sessions: An improvement over E-mail Counseling – Talk to a therapist via Skype

Counseling through the exchange of e-mails has been around for many years and is a well-respected form of internet therapy. However, there is just no substitute for being able to see each other face-to-face. This is the natural medium for communication between people and it is unquestionably more efficient, especially for transmitting subtle concepts such as mindfulness and its application for healing emotional suffering. All you need for Skype Therapy is a computer fitted with a webcam (most laptops have this already installed) and access to the internet.

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Effective Help for Anxiety and Depression – Psychotherapy via Skype

The methods developed by Dr. Peter Strong, and described in his book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’, are particularly well suited for online therapy and have helped many people overcome anxiety and depression. Mindfulness Therapy is also one of the best available methods for treating panic attacks and for Stress Management.

The emphasis during therapy sessions is to help you work in a positive and constructive way with your emotions. If you want to change how you feel then you need to build a positive relationship with your inner fear, depression, anxiety or other emotions. Ignoring your emotions will not help; you have to face them and really see what is keeping them alive and what needs to be resolved within. Similarly, endlessly talking about your feelings is not always enough to change the underlying process that is keeping you stuck. Rather, you need to spend more time listening to what is happening inside so you can discover what needs to change. Talking about our emotions is not the same as being present for our emotions in a very direct way. This is what we focus on during Mindfulness Therapy work; rather than trying to analyze our emotions, we try to intuitively discover what the emotion itself needs to do to change and resolve itself. Most of us are not used to listening to our emotions in this way; we fight them or try to get rid of them through will-power, but this seldom works.

During these online therapy sessions, and most sessions are between 60 and 90 minutes, I will teach you very specific techniques for working with anxiety disorders and depression.

It’s very important that you learn how to essentially meditate on your anxiety. You have to from a stable relationship with the anxiety that’s non-reactive. Most of us simply react to our anxiety or other unpleasant emotions with avoidance or some form of aversion. We don’t like these negative feelings and we try to get rid of them. This is actually the worst thing you could possibly do. This aversion simply makes the anxiety grow stronger; any form of reactivity simply strengthens the anxiety.

What I have found, and many others in the field of Mindfulness Therapy, is that what really facilitates change and transformation is when we can hold the emotion in our conscious awareness without reacting to it with hatred. When you do that you are learning how to effectively be with that  feeling without becoming reactive and without becoming overwhelmed by it. This teaches the mind a totally different way of processing that experience, and this effective way of being with the emotion without reacting allows the emotion to heal.



The Many Benefits of Skype Therapy

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By the means of the internet, online therapy, psychotherapy and counseling via Skype is simply becoming widely recognized than before for people who are full of activity. Through the time, I have discovered as a professional online psychotherapist that there have been impressive and huge increases in the group of prospects who prefer to have therapy routines in the comfort of their house rather than driving a long distance to see a therapist for advice.

They all keep saying that they find online sessions using Skype or other video-cam models to be less frightening or overwhelming than having face-to-face sessions with a therapist and that they feel more comfortable and relaxed as the whole plans go. The reason for any form of therapy is to deliver and give in detail to the person involved the appropriate tools needed to manage psychological and emotional suffering so that such a life can live a happier one. In short, this is good.

It is amazing to see how effective therapy via Skype, psychotherapy via Skype, and counseling via Skype sessions can be very effective and efficient. Despite the fact that client and therapist may be very long distance apart, it looks like in the same room. Thanks to modern technology. One of the advantages of Therapy via Skype, Psychological via Skype, and Counseling via Skype is the fact that people in less populated areas or people who are unable to leave their homes for one reason or other can get these done.

Skype Therapy is a lifeline and point of rescue for those with agoraphobia, who are trying to discover ways to deal with venturing out. For example, internet therapy is very common in a country like Australia, because so many people there live in secluded and isolated small communities where there are few, if any, consultants and advisors that can help them out.

Skype provides a fresh outlet for the therapy profession. People can now receive the full benefits of one-to-one Therapy via Skype, Psychotherapy via Skype, and Counseling via Skype. Now what are the ways to get this done from the comfort of your home?

You need to sign up on Skype in order for you to have your own account. It is free, and easy to use. All you need is a webcam and a microphone headset (not necessary because not everyone that uses it). The connection via Skype can break now and again but as time is going that leads to technological advancement, computers, laptops and webcams become more sophisticated. Skype allows you to make a video calls so that you can see the person you are talking to. Skype is changing the ways therapists work because of its user friendliness. There have been a growing number of therapists now providing the best therapy via Skype, psychotherapy via Skype, and counseling via Skype to their clients. This means that people who would never thought of having a therapy session for one reason or the other can link up.

There are so many qualified therapists specializing in a wide range of issues such as therapy, psychotherapy and counseling. If you search the internet for issue disturbing you, you will come across an expert in therapy, psychotherapy and counseling who uses Skype. And interestingly, many therapists offer Skype sessions with clients at a very lower cost than a normal face-to-face sessions.

Go through the guidelines below, which will help you if you are considering therapy via Skype

  1. Be certain that the therapist offers free email consultation, which will enable you to ask questions bothering you about the whole process. How to go about the sessions,which will help you to describe to him the emotional issues you are struggling with and feel satisfied with solutions from the prospective therapist.
  2. Be a good reader. Read books and articles written by the therapist. This is a way to help you determine credibility and professional approach of the therapist.
  3. Ensure that online payment method is regulated by a reliable and secure site, like PayPal.
  4. Make sure that you ask the therapist when the payment will occur. Is it after a session, and this is a good sign if he requests after the therapy.
  5. Approach Therapy via Skype as a medium you will be taught, and which will make you to gain certain tools and insights to help you manage your psychotherapy challenges.


How do I Begin Online Skype Therapy?

If you would like to learn more about this Skype-based Online Counseling Service and schedule a session with Dr. Peter Strong, please email me. Online Therapy through Skype can be very effective for people dealing with anxiety, depression and other forms of emotional stress. In these Skype sessions, I will work with you one-on-one to help you learn how to work with your emotions in a more productive way that will bring about positive change.

In the introductory first session you will soon know if this approach is right for you. If it is not, there is no charge. I want you to feel comfortable with the Skype Therapy format before we proceed to further sessions. I think you will be very satisfied, and I know you will benefit from the Mindfulness Therapy methods that I teach.





Dr. Peter Strong is a professional psychotherapist, based in Boulder, Colorado, specializing in Mindfulness Therapy for Anxiety, Depression and Stress. Online Psychotherapy through Skype is available worldwide. Please contact me to learn more.

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ONLINE PSYCHOTHERAPY & COUNSELING VIA SKYPE: A Convenient, Effective and Affordable Alternative

Mindfulness-based Online Therapy has gained tremendous popularity over the past few years. It provides the tools you need to manage depression, anxiety and emotional stress in the comfort of your own home and it is much more affordable. And, of course mindfulness is becoming the preferred awareness tool for creating the right inner environment in which transformation and healing take place.


The convenience of Online Mindfulness Therapy is one of the most cited reasons why more and more people are turning to this first. All you need is a laptop with Skype installed (free download) and you are ready to start. Many people would like the opportunity of working on resolving their emotional problems, depression, anxiety, stress or past trauma but simply do not have the time to commute to and from a therapist’s office. Online Mindfulness Therapy allows me to work with clients from all over America, as well as helping clients in Europe, Australia, South Africa and beyond. We correspond through email to work out a convenient time and then connect through Skype to begin a session. It is amazingly simple, and what is more amazing is that the Skype video-call service is free. Payment for sessions is also easy to make online through PayPal, which is very secure.


Besides the convenience, Online Therapy is typically much less intimidating than going to a therapist’s office and sitting in a waiting room. It is important that the client feels comfortable and in control, and Online Therapy, which in many ways is a form of Life Coaching, is as natural as going to the local Recreation Center for a good workout. The client controls the whole process and this is empowering, which is important for the transformation process. Conducting a therapy/coaching session in the familiar environment of one’s home or office is also more conducive and helps the client get in touch with his or her feelings, which is of course essential for good therapy.


Most online sessions are a combination of counseling and therapy. As a mindfulness-based therapist, I alternate between being a teacher, coach and counselor, providing advice and instruction on the application of mindfulness for resolving difficult emotions at the core level. That is one aspect of the work of online therapy. The other involves experiential work with the client, helping him or her get in touch with core emotions to facilitate their resolution through mindfulness-based techniques. This approach works particularly well in Skype video sessions because clients feel so much more at ease in the comfort of their own home.


Another characteristic of online therapy is that clients are invited to email me in-between sessions if they have any questions about the homework assignments they have been given. In this way the therapeutic process has continuity, which can be lacking in more traditional approaches, and the client feels that they have a friend and coach to turn to when the need arises.


Feeling comfortable with the therapist/coach/teacher is essential and in my Online Mindfulness Therapy sessions, I take great efforts to answer my client’s questions either during a session or through email. It is my policy that each session should bring some tangible improvement for the client and that he or she should feel good about each session. That after all is the key factor that you should use to decide if any therapist, online or in-person, is right for you. What matters is that you feel that you have benefited from each individual session. Most clients who come to me notice significant improvements within 4-5 sessions, not 4-5 years as in some forms of conventional talking therapy.


Online Therapy is becoming more widely accepted as a valuable adjunct to traditional in-person psychotherapy and there have been several controlled studies that support its efficacy. The focus of online therapy/coaching is on teaching clients the skills and tools that help them break free from the grip of depression and anxiety or other difficult emotions, and we can all benefit from that. It may not be the first choice for those with a clinical condition, but most of us do not have a mental disease; we just need someone to talk to who understands and can teach some practical tools for handling the stresses of life and the emotional challenges inherent in a marriage or other personal relationship. In fact, the demand for good quality counseling and therapy, including the very popular mindfulness-based psychotherapy, far outstrips the availability of quality providers, which is yet another reason why you should seriously consider online counseling as an option.


Finally there is the issue of cost. Generally, due to lower overheads, online therapy is considerably less expensive than traditional therapy sessions. Typically, sessions cost somewhere between $70-$120 / hour, which is very good value. The only down side is that few insurance companies will cover online therapy, as it is still relatively new and the Establishment takes time to embrace innovations.


Most online counselors will demand pre-payment for a session, but I prefer to accept payment after a session. That way, no charge is incurred if a client feels that the service is not right for them. It’s another good way of getting to that all-important comfort level where the client feels that this is indeed the right choice for them, which it is for the growing number of people who want to learn better skills for managing their emotions through online coaching sessions.


I practice both in-office and online and find both approaches to be equally effective, and there are a growing number of therapists who feel the same way and offer both options. Of course, phone counseling has been around for many years, but video sessions through Skype has revolutionized the service, and unlike the telephone Skype calls are free.


Peter Strong, PhD is a scientist and Buddhist Psychotherapist, based in Boulder, Colorado, who specializes in the study of mindfulness and its application in Mindfulness Psychotherapy for healing the root causes of anxiety, depression and traumatic stress.

Besides face-to-face therapy sessions, Dr. Strong offers Online Mindfulness Meditation Therapy through Skype.

Your email inquiries are very welcome.

To learn more about mindfulness meditation therapy, you can purchase a copy of Dr Strong’s book ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’ at, and Also available on Kindle.

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7 Responses to SKYPE THERAPY

  1. in willing to do a online skype meditation. Would you kindly let me know how to go about starting and discuss scale fee structure. I really am committed to surrender my clinical depression, Anxiety and OCD this year. It’s been my black dog to bare for 15 plus years now.

    • I do not currently accept insurance. However, I do try to find a fee that is manageable for clients depending on their circumstances and on the level of commitment to this work.

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