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The HelpTalks are a way for you to learn more about the coun­sel­lor, his prac­tice and his specialties.

The HelpTalks are all about get­ting to know more about a spe­cif­ic coun­sel­lor or top­ic. You might also find hints, answers and solu­tions to your problems! 

It is anoth­er way for you to get more insight and to learn more about var­i­ous inter­est­ing top­ics. We have two types of HelpTalks : the Inter­views and the Seminars. 

Th HelpTalks Seminars

The HelpTalks Sem­i­nars are all about the spe­cial­i­ty of the counsellor.

The Sem­i­nars are there to help you get some insight on the top­ic or spe­cial­i­ty. To learn about pos­si­ble reper­cus­sions, solu­tions and how to pre­vent them.

You get a 30–45 min sem­i­nar and a lot of infor­ma­tion for your dai­ly life.

It is also a won­der­ful way to have a first inter­ac­tion with the counsellor.

Choose your coun­sel­lor or a top­ic that inter­ests you and book a HelpTalk Sem­i­nar. Or why not send it as a gift to a friend !?

The HelpTalks Interviews

The HelpTalks Inter­views are all about the counsellor. 

You will get to know the per­son behind the coun­sel­lor and what makes him tick. As well as why he chose this path, why he spe­cialised in a cer­tain field and so much more. 

This is a love­ly way to get to know bet­ter your poten­tial coun­sel­lor, in addi­tion to their pro­file on The Helpnet.

Enjoy and leave your com­ments under the videos.

How it works

Your advantages

There are no long waiting times

Wide choice of qualified consultants

No travel or displacement is required

100% discreet, anonymous and secure

Meet your counsellor

Tilo Held, Counsellor

Since I have had some uncon­vinc­ing expe­ri­ences with appoint­ment por­tals, I was very inter­est­ed in the con­cept. It quick­ly proved that Help­net did not have all the short­com­ings that had both­ered me before. Since I and my patients have been using it, it has also proved to be very user-friend­­ly in dai­ly use. Com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the for­tu­nate­ly not so snooty own­ers and devel­op­ers is encour­ag­ing and makes one pre­dict that I will remain loy­al to this tool and the peo­ple who offer it. 


I would like to thank you for the con­sul­ta­tion and its organisation.

It was very help­ful, thank you for your kind­ness and pro­fes­sion­al qualities.


Laurence Defago, Counsellor

I dis­cov­ered The Help­net on the advice of a col­league. The con­cept imme­di­ate­ly appealed to me and moti­vat­ed me. The pos­si­bil­i­ty of pro­vid­ing online psy­chother­a­peu­tic sup­port seemed to me to be par­tic­u­lar­ly use­ful and inno­v­a­tive, espe­cial­ly in these times. The prospect of being able to offer con­sul­ta­tions almost every­where, i.e. to be able to trav­el freely for sev­er­al months or weeks a year while con­tin­u­ing con­sul­ta­tions, also seemed to me to be a hith­er­to unsus­pect­ed oppor­tu­ni­ty in my practice.

M.D. , Client

I was seek­ing a per­son­al and indi­vid­ual coach­ing on The Help­net and it man­aged to help me in open­ing me to new per­spec­tives and helped me get­ting an employ­ment in well-known com­pa­nies. The coun­sel­lor’s empa­thy and great analysing skills helped me to find solu­tions to prob­lems, of all kind. Doing this via video-call was not that for­eign to me and helped me espe­cial­ly when I wasn’t able to get help in an oth­er way.

S.T. , Client

It’s in a con­text of a dif­fi­cult work sit­u­a­tion, that I was look­ing for sup­port. On the Help­net I found a coun­sel­lor who was quick­ly avail­able, lis­ten­ing, quick and par­tic­u­lar­ly per­cep­tive in her analy­sis. Our ses­sions enabled me at first to recog­nise the prob­lem and there­fore helped me improv­ing my cop­ing mech­a­nism in dai­ly life and my well-being. I got some quite sim­ple behav­iour­al and com­mu­ni­ca­tion tools, that helped me clar­i­fy and improve my approach.

Joanna Bessert-Nettelbeck (Founder)

The Help­net focus is the client. I want­ed to cre­ate a place where any­body could get help. When­ev­er you want; in your moth­er tongue and prefer­ably with some­one hav­ing or know­ing your cul­tur­al back­ground. And despite what peo­ple think, get­ting help is not a weak­ness but a real strength. Because it takes strength to con­front your “demons”, look­ing them in the eye and not hide from them.

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