e-therapy.com.au is secure, easy to use, and can provide a complete end-to-end session booking system - from calendars to payment. The system is built to allow for face to face sessions, secure email therapy, and online - video, audio, and text chat, using the secure e-therapy app.
If you are looking for a therapist, please click here to register.
Otherwise please continue on this page.
For therapists, you need to be qualified in some way in order to present yourself on the site, so we can make sure those looking for help are getting the best possible service. We understand that there are many different forms of 'qualification' as there are many different therapy areas and types of therapist, so when you register, please provide appropriate documentation, which we will need to manually check and approve before you can be made live on the site. You will have your own unique sub domain (page) in the e-therapy system, which you can also provide to current clients so they can come to you directly, and present extra information about yourself and your services.
Easy to setup and run:
simply register, set up your available days and times, and you are ready to go. You can introduce new clients and mix both online and offline sessions with current clients
Free phone apps:
download low impact android and iphone apps to carry out secure sessions using HD video, audio, or mix text chat with either, all with single click operation
Secure encrypted sessions:
all online sessions are fully encrypted, all payments use the STRIPE secure gateway, all services are provided through our Australian servers (Alexandria, Sydney)
clients can access your sessions at times that suit them and you, without the usual restrictions of office hours - especially useful where so many clients are operating in many differnt circumstances
Remote area services:
for clients in communities that do not have direct access to your services, the e-therapy session mechanisms and secure email offers an excellent ongoing solution
the different online options offer viable 'first steps' in therapy for reluctant face-to-face groups, such as men and teenagers