Online Skype Therapy Service
Online Skype Therapy Service
We understand how life is. It is fast paced and we don’t always have the time to stop and make arrangements to go and see someone. Sometimes, people are able to talk to more freely when they are not face to face, making talking in this manner more appealing to our clients.
That’s why we have our unique Skype system which enables you to talk to someone from the comfort and privacy from where ever you are.
How secure is our talking therapy through Skype?
Skype is a proven and secure application that uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). It is very difficult for a third party to hack a call thus making this connection safe, effective and highly trustworthy.
Why choose the MHM online therapy service?
- Convenient – therapy via webcam in the place of your choice. Private and comfortable.
- Confidential – your discretion is completely assured
- Professional – we are consistent in our professionalism and will always put your wellbeing first
- Experienced – our certified therapists are experienced both professionally and personally
- Tailored – therapists work integrative, adapting approaches to your needs
- Easy and fast booking – book today and have an appointment within the next 48 hours
Online talking therapy at MHM Life Coaching
At MHM Life Coaching, we are fully trained and certified with decades of experience both personally, professionally and have an acute understanding of the world today. Safe and efficient. You will be able to book an appointment in as little time as 24 hours notice.
Michelle Hatcher IANLPC IAHT CBT Dip LC Dip
Michelle has 25 years of social care and professional mental health experience working with a wide range of issues including dementia, autism, OCD, anxiety, drug abuse, borderline personality disorder, eating disorder, social issues including homelessness and social housing, panic, stress, anger management, self-esteem, depression, loss and bereavement, abuse, specialising in image enhancement and confidence coaching. She has Diplomas in Life Coaching and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
She is a Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner training directly with the Association of Integrative Psychology under Dr Matthew James in Seattle, Washington in the U.S. Her approach is unique and fast paced giving a real adaptable method to the client. Her results have been incredible. Learning and studying through the Centre of Excellent in Manchester, UK, she worked her way through her certifications in record time, completing two 450 hour Diplomas in less than two months. She has worked for the NHS for 10 years (Surrey Ambulance Service) and as a qualified Housing Officer in 4 local authorities over 15 years. She holds a membership with the Institute of Leadership and Management for her work with 1.1 million businesses and residents during the London 2012 Olympics. She has also directed and administered the procurement for the Surrey 2012 Team and the Surrey School Games bringing sport to children across the UK with a wide range of social and learning disabilities.
She is the founder of MHM Life Coaching working in both private and public health arenas. She also runs small therapy groups for parents with Autistic children as aswell as parents with children with low self-esteem and family counseling. She holds a Level 2 in Active Listening and public speaks on Autism Awareness and Mental Health. She is the author of books on everything from vintage fashion to Human Psychology. Her most recent book is her best seller, Cause and Effect – a part autobiographical book on parenting autism, paradigms and social awareness. She has appeared on radio frequently talking about her business and life, preferring to appear on local and charity radio where she feels more connected to real lives in the community.
She is a member of The International Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Coaching, The Complimentary Medical Association and The International Alliance of Holistic Therapists.
She lives in Wiltshire with her family, three cats and teenage son, Jon, who has Autism.