"The Access to Therapy Network is a new approach for delivering top quality therapy via the Internet. I strongly recommend this delivery system and its therapists, and eagerly support this revolutionary new way of connecting therapists and clients. Now, wherever a person is and whatever their therapy or counseling needs might be, they can gain instant access to the very best specialists, who can help them any time of the day or night to deal with emergency emotional difficulties as well as more long-term resolutions of cognitive and emotional conditions."

John Selby, Ph.D., author and developer of short-form meditation techniques and Focus Phrase methods for quickly quieting the mind and shifting into present-moment full engagement.

"There has never been a greater need than now for mental health services for our military veterans. Post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, and divorce--these are just a few of the issues facing our vets as they return from Iraq and Afghanistan. Unfortunately, many of those vets most needing mental health services are unlikely to seek out traditional, face-to-face counseling. This is precisely the need that Dr. Michael Aharoni addresses. Dr. Aharoni has identified military veterans as prime candidates for the latest innovation in mental health services, namely, video therapy. Through his organization, Access to Therapy Network, Dr. Aharoni is bringing together hand-picked, highly skilled, and experienced mental health practitioners, across a broad range of related disciplines, to provide cutting-edge services via online video therapy. His own background, first as a successful and seasoned psychotherapist, and second as an expert in innovative means of delivering mental health services, position Dr. Aharoni on the front line of current and future directions in psychology and counseling. It is clear, both from the comprehensive research initiated by Dr. Aharoni, as well as by means of his having seamlessly wedded time-tested approaches to therapy with ultra-modern audio/video technology, that the benefits ascribed to traditional delivery of counseling services are now, at last, equally available in utilizing video therapy. There is virtually no difference in quality of services rendered, nor in the benefits from those services, for the willing client. It's truly a new era in therapy; and the timing couldn't be more perfect, as the need for quality therapy "outside the box" of traditional thinking is no longer optional. The need is now; and Dr. Aharoni is ready to introduce Access to Therapy Network to all clients who might otherwise miss the opportunity for healing and a new, more productive life."


Barbara L. Grimes, PhD., Dean, School of Behavoral Sciences, California Southern University