Teletherapy is a positive outlet to learn ways to cope with emotions, help you build resilience and develop skills for flexibility – during this time of crisis, and beyond.
As news surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, I am taking proactive measures to reduce exposure, and to be a resource for you during this difficult time.
I believe in the significant value of in-person therapy sessions. However, the current situation calls on us all to implement measures to support the well-being of our community. I offer therapeutic care remotely through video and audio, or audio (phone) communication. This type of service delivery, called teletherapy, or online therapy, holds the same purpose as traditional in-person therapy and is provided through secure, HIPAA-compliant technology platforms.
Your Teletherapy Appointment
In order to participate in a video session, you must have a device that is equipped with a microphone and camera. This can be a PC, Mac, Android, or Apple phone. If you do not have a device, or your device is not equipped with audio/visual capability, I can schedule a phone session. For your confidentiality, please find a private and quiet area free of distractions where you can speak freely for your sessions. An ideal location is in room with a closed door and good soundproofing.
24 hours prior to your appointment start time, you will receive an email from our system with a telehealth link to join the video call. In a private and quite space, open the link and sign into your virtual waiting room.
I will continue to be here for you to address the current crisis and practice strategies to manage anxiety, thus upholding our mission of providing focused guidance when you need it most.