There's a place where you will find the right kind of help wherever you live: the online psychotherapy practice The Rainbow Couch. When you're finding it difficult to cope and want to change your life for the better, this is the online therapy practice you can go to for help. Ronete Cohen is an experienced and knowledgeable psychotherapist and online counsellor.
The Rainbow Couch offers a choice of therapy options: chat, voice only, or webcam and voice. It lets you set the threshold of online therapy at a level that you feel comfortable with.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender affirmative therapy
The Rainbow Couch respects your culture, gender and sexuality and how you choose to live your life. It helps you with online counselling and psychotherapy for a wide range of problems, including abuse, anxiety, assertiveness, burnout, childhood issues, childhood trauma, depression, dysfunctional families, relationships, self-confidence, self-esteem, sexuality, stress, trauma and more.
Ronete Cohen Therapy
Ronete Cohen also has a face-to-face practice in London at 58 South Molton Street. Go to www.ronete-cohen-therapy.co.uk for more information.
Watch Ronete Cohen's talk, B-Women at Work, at the L-Women at Work conference in Amsterdam.
Ronete Cohen comes Out4Marriage in a video in support of same-sex marriage in the UK.
The Rainbow Couch blog
Ronete Cohen is a psychologist and a columnist.
Find Ronete Cohen on Pink Therapy, Therapy Market, The Bisexuality-Aware Professionals Listing, EDT-UK therapists' listing, Search the Gay Web, Scarleteen, and at Kingyo Therapy at 58 South Molton Street.
The Rainbow Couch is not a 24-hour emergency service. If you are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide, please seek emergency help. For a suicide prevention hotline where you live, please check the International Suicide Prevention Wiki. For online suicide prevention, please check the Online Suicide Prevention Wiki.