Online Therapy

Whether you live in Tampa or somewhere else in the state of Florida, our online therapy is held in our secure and private platform that can be accessed from the privacy of your home on your computer, tablet, or phone by simply opening a link that we send to your email. This is a great option if you work from home and your hectic schedule makes it difficult to commute, you have concerns in regards of COVID, or if you have difficulties getting around due to your health (physical health or mental health).

Here is how it works:

First...schedule!

Schedule your counseling session by viewing our therapists and simply clicking "request appointment" on their individual page. You could also reach out to us by sending us a message, emailing us at counseling@floatoncounseling.com, or giving us a call at 813-515-9602

Then...prepare for your session!

Once you are scheduled, then you just want to make sure you are ready and set up properly. Make sure you have a strong internet connection on your phone, tablet, or phone at the location that you will be receiving your counseling. Choose a private and quiet room. Make sure you have headphones with a mic or speakers and mic on your device!

Lastly...start the session!

On the day of your counseling session, your therapist will send you a link to your email. Once you are set and ready to start, you simply click on the link. That's it! 

Find the best therapist for you:

You can take a look at our therapists to find the best fit by clicking here. Or give us a call or fill out the form below to tell us why you would like to start counseling - and we will tell you which therapist can help!

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