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A recent study found: "People taking antidepressant drugs for a bout of depression do particularly well, at least over a 6-month period, if they take part in a program that includes telephone psychotherapy, a new study finds (Science News, Aug. 2004, p. 132-3). If you can't come to Dr. Sehl's New York office, here are some reasons why Telephone Counseling might be appropriate: It is more comfortable and less threatening for some people to begin counseling over the phone. Locating a counselor can be difficult.
It always seemed to me that the results of phone therapy were equally as effective as doing therapy face-to-face. To discover how phone therapy was viewed by researchers, I investigated the scientific journals. While the use of telephone counseling has long been used for crisis intervention services, hot lines, suicide prevention, and as an adjunct to face-to-face counseling, the use of the phone as the primary means for delivering psychotherapeutic services is still somewhat of a new phenomenon. In fact there are few outcome studies that directly compare the efficacy of phone vs. face-to-face therapy. However there are several published articles that detail the advantages and the possible challenges of phone therapy.