While a complete description isn't possible, it is still beyond the scope of this article, Kenna posited that the absence of gating attributes was due to a myriad of elements like physical appearance, and geographical physical appearance and) that are and is accompanied by an element like physical appearance and geographical location), accompanied by participants, which allows numerous Internet-based relationships to be formed in a short time and then grow.

More intimate and deeper more intimate and deeper "real life" friendships. Anonymity or perceived anonymity could encourage intimacy through the increase in disclosure of self-identity of friendships made on the internet. Internet in which there is a fear of rejection can avoid disclosure in face-to-face relationships.

Doesn't exist. In essence, the majority of people are more open about their feelings of being anonymous and aren't afraid to admit it, just as many do via the Internet, which leads in a way more intimacy. In a fascinating discovery that could provide an indication of the character of people who want to online counseling, McKenna provides eve- evidence to refute the assertion that Internet usage increases loneliness and loneliness. Instead, she was discovered that those who are lonely socially anxious, and who experience difficulty establishing relationships with people and are more likely to establish relationships via the Internet. In contrast to creating isolation and loneliness,

The Internet appears to offer the opportunity for people who are lonely and socially anxious to be to make connections with other people in a secure environment that is controlled. Furthermore, friendships created via the Internet are often embedded into the real life of users which reduces loneliness, thereby social anxiety and increasing social capabilities. The results of research on Interline relationships show that relationships are often established through online interactions and that they're as durable and reliable as their counterparts on the offline side. Additionally, they are a lot stronger and more reliable, the majority of relationships that are created through the Internet are based on text typically regarded as to be the least expressive form of communications online. It is possible that many users These same elements (e.g., empathy as well as support and the willingness to reveal) which are the basis for developing Informally, and encourage the formation of deep and intimate relationships online which will allow therapists and clients to develop an online relationship A solid working relationship in therapy have a high degree of cooperation. Therefore, we hypothesized that the working alliance levels are high in the participants that Online counseling wouldn't be substantially different from the typical Sample of patients who receive face-to-face therapy.

Participants were selected by online therapy providers in one of two methods: by means of a link that is posted on the web pages or by way of e-mail notification or an announcement via e-mail therapists. Therapists were found through browsing listings of online therapists providing Internet Searches, search results, and through. One hundred therapy sessions for individuals and groups were Contacted via email and asked to let clients know about the research possibility. In addition, there are several blog posts that explain the research. The project, as well as asking therapists to help recruit clients was done via e-mail lists and included both members and general groups that were hosted through the International Society for Mental Health.

Online (ISMHO). There are 16 total therapists who agreed to notify their clients, however, the participant Responses were restricted only to one man and four female therapy therapists (one Ph.D. and three masters’ level as well as one master's student) operating from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Clients Participants who were selected for participation were provided with the link to the homepage for the research project and a user name and password specific for their and password unique to their therapist.