Home-based therapists recognize that it can be challenging to get to an office for a therapy appointment due to illness, disability, personal crisis, or for lack of finances, transportation, or childcare. Home-based therapy can be a solution to these obstacles, in the same way that many rural doctors still make house calls.
In addition, when treatment is provided in the home, the relationship between therapist and client is likely to develop more rapidly, because clients are more relaxed at home than in an unfamiliar office setting. As a result, progress and healing can occur more readily.
If you think home-based therapy is right for you, meet with your therapist to determine how to proceed. Establishing when and how often in-home therapy sessions occur will depend on what you and your therapist decide. Home-based therapy can be used intermittently, as a supplement to office sessions, or as the primary approach.
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