Home-based counselling takes place at the home of a person in therapy rather than in an office. It can help people who have difficulty getting to private practices.
Home-based counselling sessions typically take place at the houses of people in treatment. But, they may also be held in other locations. The counsellor and person in therapy can decide to have sessions in the park or discuss treatment during a walk on the beach.
If you think home-based counselling is right for you, meet with a therapist who practices it to find out how to proceed. Choosing when and how often in-home counselling sessions will occur depends on what works for you and your counsellor. Home-based counsellor can be used occasionally, as a supplement to office sessions, or as your main approach.