Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger

Skype Therapy, Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger, WhatsApp

Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger

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World-Wide Therapy online

BACKGROUND:

Peter Zapfella was one of the first therapists in 2008, to adopt Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or Internet telephony to conduct one-on-one therapies around the world. Before that, he had been experimenting with the technology, but found it too unreliable. These technologies allow for the reception and transmission of audio video by users at different locations around the world, in real-time using any Internet access device.

Peter has seen an enormous improvement in the overall reliability of  VoIP over the past decade, with a vast reduction in picture jitter and drop-outs because of constant improvements in technology. His Internet provider is moving on to a 5G platform (100 x faster than 4G), so service will continue to improve.

Peter has had countless successful sessions with clients in Europe, North America, Asia, New Zealand, and across Australia including the outback, using Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services including Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger, WhatsApp, and others.

“…randomized controlled studies that have been conducted to date, (show that Skype Therapy) tele-mental health has demonstrated equivalent efficacy compared to face-to-face care in a variety of clinical settings…”Richardson LKFrueh BCGrubaugh ALEgede LElhai JDCurrent Directions in Videoconferencing Tele-Mental Health Research.

Now you can benefit from a personalized session with Peter Zapfella from almost anywhere in the world.

Alyson Willis

“The Skype session with me for my claustrophobia and panic attacks really worked. On Wednesday, I was kept latched to the operating table for well over an hour in total and didn’t panic once.” – Alyson Willis. United Kingdom.

ADVANTAGES:

  • While it may be new to you, Peter has been conducting Skype therapy sessions with people from around the world for more than a decade. It is a proven technology that facilitates fantastic results for people.
  • Because of the many world-wide time-zone differences, Peter has more flexibility to offer an appointment time using Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger, WhatsApp for his clients.
  • Sessions are usually available 24/7 days a week.
  • When you make an appointment Peter will email you a Client Form, plus relevant questionnaires for your presenting issues. Fill them in and return before your scheduled appointment so he can review and prepare. This will save a lot of time during your paid session.
  • Skype sessions are not only more convenient for you, they are also more convenient for Peter, so the fees are lower than face-to-face sessions.
  • You no longer have the inconvenience of getting ready and traveling, perhaps in heavy traffic and long distances to and from an appointment. You do not even need to leave your home.
  • You can choose to have your session in the comfort of your own home, at the office or even while on holiday. It is your choice.
  • Peter Zapfella’s Skype Therapy discounted fee on the first (60 minutes) hour is US99.00 (# information below).
  • Prepay for your Skype Therapy session using any of the various options available (^ information below).
  • Download the FREE software for either;
  • Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger
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  • Then add Peter Zapfella as a contact, and send him a text message to confirm.
  • For added security and privacy, video calls are encrypted, or scrambled.
  • If life gets in the way of your booked appointment for any reason please let Peter know as soon as possible so that alternatives can be arranged.
  • If you postpone a booked appointment your pre-payment will be held in credit for your next session.
  • As a result of years of experience using Skype, Peter recommends you use a desktop, laptop, or tablet (iPad) with a camera and ear or headphones for the best results.
  • At the time of your session be sure you are free of distractions, including children, phones, and pets.
  • Make yourself comfortable. Perhaps visiting the bathroom before your session begins.
  • Sometimes technology has its own challenges, so if the session experiences technical difficulties we will immediately re-connect or re-schedule depending on circumstances.
  • Peter also uses technology to send his clients support materials, including MP3’s through WeTransfer.
  • To get started simply fill in the Contact Form below.

Skype therapy

  • Skype can be used on multiple devices including desktop, laptop, mobile/cell phone, tablets, Xbox, and wearables that are connected to the Internet.
  • Voice and video calls are encrypted or scrambled.
  • Skype requires a minimum download/upload speed of 400kbps, while 1.2Mbps is better.
  • You can check your Internet speed for free at http://beta.speedtest.net or http://www.netmeter.eu
  • You can download and use Skype for free at https://www.skype.com/en/new/
  • Then add Peter to your contact list. His Skype ID is ‘Peter Zapfella’.
  • Send Peter a short text message to Peter to confirm your connection.

Fees can be paid using your credit/debit card via PayPal.

FaceTime

Apple Users can also use FaceTime, much like Skype, on their IOS devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, MacBook etc. This program is usually factory fitted and supplied with the device when new. Just log in with your personal details. Then add Peter to your contact list, and you are already under-way. Voice and video calls are encrypted or scrambled for your safety.

According to tests FaceTime uses around one third less data than Skype and WhatsApp, despite the FaceTime call quality being better or comparable.

FaceTime on any of these devices, over Wi-Fi:

  • iPhone 4 (and later models)
  • iPad Pro (all models)
  • iPad 2 (and later models)
  • iPad mini (all models)
  • iPod touch (5th generation or later)
  • Facetime is not available on older Apple devices (which do not have a built-in camera), or currently for non-Apple devices.
  • Facetime requires a minimum of 1Mbps download and upload speed.

Here are some alternatives to Skype and FaceTime.

Viber

Viber uses your 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi internet connection to enable you to securely video call  FREE of charge from and to anywhere in the world.

Viber user privacy is secured by end-to-end encryption. End-to-end encryption means that all data (messages, photos, videos, voice, and video calls) are encrypted, or scrambled until it reaches the intended recipient.

VIBER

Just log in with your personal details. Then add Peter Zapfella to your contact list, and you are already under-way.

You can download Viber here.

Facebook Messenger

Messenger supports voice and video calling without the need of a FaceBook account.  Voice and video calls are encrypted or scrambled. It is currently not supported by Apple Safari.

You can download Facebook Messenger here. Just log in with your personal details. Then add Peter Zapfella to your contact list, and you are already under-way.

Zoom

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen the emergence of Zoom for remote therapy.  On their web site, they explain,

“Video-based telehealth enables real-time collaboration and communications with doctors, labs, and specialists unencumbered by geographic constraints. Telehealth solutions can:

  • Provide health education and preventative care for high-risk populations
  • Improve care and capabilities in rural areas with limited broadband connectivity
  • Provide behavioral and mental health services in one-on-one or group settings that patients can join from their homes
  • Facilitate widespread and immediate coordination as well as real-time assessment of disaster preparedness and response
  • Reduce travel and provide cost-effective continuing education/training for healthcare professionals.”

User privacy is secured by end-to-end encryption. End-to-end encryption means that all data (messages, photos, videos, voice, and video calls) are encrypted, or scrambled until it reaches the intended recipient.

Just log in with your personal details. Then add Peter Zapfella to your contact list, and you are already under-way.

Sign-up to Zoom for free here.

BOOK YOUR INDIVIDUAL SESSION NOW world-wide via Skype, FaceTime, Viber, Messenger.

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