Telehealth

Whether you are at home, at work, or simply too busy to commute to the therapy office, you can get the help and care you deserve through online therapy.

Online therapy, also known as e-therapy, teletherapy, and remote therapy, is just like regular in-person therapy. The only difference is, as the name suggests, you and your therapist work together online or over the phone.

Our therapists use fully HIPAA-compliant, confidential technology so that you can meet at your convenience without worrying about your privacy – that way, you can focus on doing critical personal work with your therapist.

If you are ready to get signed up for your first online therapy session, contact us today!

FAQ

Will my health insurance cover teleheath?

Most insurance plans will cover telehealth in the same way as traditional in-person therapy. We will verify your insurance prior to your appointment.

Is telehealth secure?

We use the integrated telehealth system offered by our electronic records management program. It’s completely confidential and HIPAA compliant. Additionally, no video or audio components of your session are recorded or stored. 

Why choose online therapy?

Online therapy is all about accessibility, convenience, and privacy.  Working with a therapist online may be better than in-person therapy for people who:

  • Live in rural or remote communities
  • Are home-bound or have health issues
  • Have a busy schedule and want to save driving time
  • Travel frequently for work
  • Need to be home with children
  • Feel more comfortable meeting on video (e.g., social anxiety)

Some people choose to do a combination of in-person and online therapy, and sometimes sessions are best done remotely (if you have a cold or another illness, it’s best to stay home, right?).  And sometimes, life takes us to another city or another state – but that doesn’t mean you should have to say goodbye to your therapist.

Can kids and Teens do Online Therapy?

Absolutely!  Our child therapists work online with kids of all ages to help them overcome whatever life has thrown their way.  Sometimes the sessions will require some adult support (such as setting up the appointment and accessing the online platform), but most kids over the age of 11 are able to handle the online therapy sessions as well as an adult.

Does Online Therapy Work as well as in-person?

Many therapists were initially concerned that video and phone sessions would feel distant and disconnected.  However, we have noticed that the emotional closeness still there as though we are in the same room.  We’ve enjoyed having an added window into our clients’ lives by seeing where they are for sessions, what their homes look like, and so forth.  In many ways, it even feels more personal and private.

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