With the emergence of the covid 19 pandemic and ensuing stay-at-home orders, virtual counseling sessions became necessary for many in order to seek out mental health care. Although many communities have reopened counseling offices, some clients still prefer to engage with their therapist via telehealth. I am seeing clients both in my office, and virtually, through a confidential telehealth platform. Is telehealth right for you? These questions may help in your determination.
Are you in a higher risk category for susceptibility to the novel coronavirus? Do you need support, but can’t make it to an in-person appointment? Are you a busy stay-at-home or working parent, and don’t have the time to drive across town for an appointment?
Do you live in a more rural area, or maybe you prefer to just do things virtually?
If so, I am happy to meet with you via telehealth.
Telehealth allows us to provide counseling and therapy to our clients via live video conferencing. This can be done anywhere you have a computer or smartphone.
Telehealth appointments can be very beneficial if getting to a traditional in-person appointment is not convenient, or you simply just don’t want to.
Some of my clients prefer a hybrid approach to counseling, utilizing both telehealth and in-person sessions, as their schedules allow. To learn more and get started with virtual therapy, please contact me today.