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Who should not use online

therapy!

Some problems are not appropriate for online therapy…

Several kinds of issues are generally not suitable for this approach to helping people: If you are experiencing a crisis, online therapy is not for you - seek help from your local ER or crisis center. If you are struggling with violent impulses, family violence, spousal abuse or homicidal thoughts), on-line therapy is not for you. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts or behavior or, If you have a serious psychiatric disorder and are under the care of a psychiatrist, online therapy is not appropriate for you.
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Link to the Crisis

Line Association of

BC!

The Crisis Line Association of BC (CLABC) is the provincial association representing member crisis lines from across British Columbia that provide emotional support, crisis and suicide assessment and intervention, and resource information. The following crisis line services are available for members of the public free of charge: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) For individuals who are or know someone who is having thoughts of suicide. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and in up to 140 languages. 310-Mental Health (310-6789 - no need to dial an area code)
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Who should not use

online therapy!

Some problems are not

appropriate for online

therapy…

Several kinds of issues are generally not suitable for this approach to helping people: If you are experiencing a crisis, online therapy is not for you - seek help from your local ER or crisis center. If you are struggling with violent impulses, family violence, spousal abuse or homicidal thoughts), on-line therapy is not for you. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts or behavior or, If you have a serious psychiatric disorder and are under the care of a psychiatrist, online therapy is not appropriate for you.
Erle Jaeger

Link to the Crisis Line

Association of BC!

The Crisis Line Association of BC (CLABC) is the provincial association representing member crisis lines from across British Columbia that provide emotional support, crisis and suicide assessment and intervention, and resource information. The following crisis line services are available for members of the public free of charge: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) For individuals who are or know someone who is having thoughts of suicide. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and in up to 140 languages. 310-Mental Health (310-6789 - no need to dial an area code)
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