Video Call Systems

Video Call Systems

What We Need To Know

When you decide to start practicing online, choosing a video call system to meet your clients on might seem daunting, especially if you are not technically minded. For those experienced practitioners and those who are just starting out online, these reviews will help to make it stress free, and will assist you choosing the right video call system for you.

One important aspect to think about is the level of technical knowledge that our online clients will have. Clients as well as therapists need a simple system that they can click on, and they’re there with you. That simplicity can have a huge impact on the relationship, and so the video call systems we review are simple, clear and efficient.

Another key aspect to keep in mind is the data security (personal information) that video call systems provide. This is in order to keep us, and our clients/patients secure and legally safe. 

Video Call Systems

Most Secure, Free and Paid For Video Call Systems

WhereToTalk recognises that when counsellors, therapists and psychologists make a decision to choose which video call system to work with, it’s important to find out how their peers experience using it. WhereToTalk gathers reviews alongside healthcare practitioners’ opinions across a wide range of social media sites to help you make an informed decision.

The key thing is to choose one that sits comfortably with what’s important for you. That might be not having to download the video software although they’re all easy to download, or preferring one that specialises in online healthcare, or perhaps simply liking the idea of an automatic pop up helpline on their Home Page. In other words, it’s really more about personal preference.

There are many secure video call systems that are designed for online counselling and therapy. Two of the most preferred and used by UK counsellors, therapists and psychologists are Zoom and VSee.

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