– Flexibility in scheduling sessions due to virtual working environment.
– Accessibility to clients outside geographic location.
– Low overhead costs as there is no need for an office space or additional staff.
– Ability to focus more on client services since administrative tasks are reduced.
– Technical difficulties may arise during sessions.
– Limited access to physical resources, such as books and materials.
– Difficulty in establishing trust with clients due to virtual interaction rather than face to face interaction.
– Lack of personal connection can make it difficult to assess and diagnose clients accurately.
– Potential financial losses from delayed or missed payments.
– Increased risk of being exposed to confidential data due to lack of security measures.