Counseling

For the way we live today.

Web Based Counseling from

Sarah R. Pendleton

My name is Sarah  Pendleton and my passion is to see individuals and couples live life to the fullest and to build or restore healthy relationships. I'm a licensed independent clinical social worker (LICSW) with a Bachelor's of Science in Family Studies and a Master's of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. I have worked with children, youth, and adults throughout my 15 years of clinical social work experience. I provide web-based counseling to individuals and couples all over the state of Alabama.

For a quick video overview of web-based counseling, click here

Get to know me

If you are having any thoughts of harming yourself or are having a mental health emergency please call 911 or the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) for immediate assistance. 

Why Web Based Counseling?

While we'd likely all agree that we need someone to talk to about the issues in our lives, the thought of accessing traditional counseling can be daunting: choosing a counselor that fits, calling in for appointments, driving across town, waiting rooms and awkward encounters. I get it.

Journey Clinical Services is different. It's the qualified counseling you need, delivered in a modern way. You choose the day and time that fits your schedule and connect with me over video using your phone or computer. Easy.

Convenient

Convenient

Convenient

With no drive time to and from a traditional office, web based counseling is easier to fit in your schedule.

Flexible

Flexible

Flexible

Appointments are managed and paid for online, putting you in control of your appointments.

Consistent

Consistent

Consistent

Even if your life changes, you can maintain the same counseling relationship, allowing you to avoid a disruption in treatment.

Quality

Quality

Quality

The same licensing and ethics standards apply to web-based counselors as those who practice in an office.

Accessible

Accessible

Accessible

Web-based counseling is much more accessible for those who find it difficult or impractical to make it to a medical office due to mobility problems, fear, or other difficult circumstances.

Private

Private

Private

Your counseling is done in the time and setting you choose, allowing you to maintain a high level of privacy.

Convenient

Convenient

With no drive time to and from a traditional office, web based counseling is easier to fit in your schedule.

Flexible

Flexible

Appointments are managed and paid for online, putting you in control of your appointments.

Consistent

Consistent

Even if your life changes, you can maintain the same counseling relationship, allowing you to avoid a disruption in treatment.

Quality

Quality

The same licensing and ethics standards apply to web-based counselors as those who practice in an office.

Accessible

Accessible

Web-based counseling is much more accessible for those who find it difficult or impractical to make it to a medical office due to mobility problems, fear, or other difficult circumstances.

Private

Private

Your counseling is done in the time and setting you choose, allowing you to maintain a high level of privacy.

Learn more about web-based counseling in the FAQs.

Sarah's Blog

  • Why would I go to counseling? I mean… I’m fine. Wednesday, Apr 10
    It seems pretty obvious to have a blog post about why counseling can be helpful on a counselor’s website. But sometimes the most obvious things are most often overlooked and so I wanted to slow...
  • Why Video Counseling May be right for you Monday, Apr 8
    Teletherapy , online therapy, video counseling, are all synonymous with a relatively new way of delivering counseling services using technology. A quick entry into a google search bar will show that ...
  • Myths About Counseling Monday, Mar 11
    Myth: I will have to lie on a leather sofa and tell all my darkest secrets to a stranger Truth: For most people who have not tried counseling before, this is often an image that comes to mind. Now...
  • Got kids? Read this before you get married Tuesday, Feb 12
    With the prevalence of divorce being around 40%, it is no surprise that nearly 1 in 5 children are currently living in a blended family. Unfortunately for many of those children living in a blended f...