Telehealth: Video and Phone Therapy
Telehealth is a mode of delivering health care services, including psychotherapy, via communication technologies (e.g. Internet or phone).
I provide Online Psychotherapy and Counseling to support those in Arizona, California and Florida.
In light the demand for online therapy, I have expanded my video and phone counseling availability. However, I only have a limited number of online therapy appointments available as I divide my sessions between in-person therapy, video therapy and phone therapy.
All virtual appointments have been going smoothly and I am grateful that in this time of stress and the unknown, I am still able to offer quality therapy services to help you care for your mental and emotional health.
How Telehealth Therapists Works
As an online therapist, I have added extended hours for online counseling to better support people who have transitioned to a different life-schedule to balance working from home, childcare for kids at home, or other disruptions to their life.
All you need for online therapy is high-speed internet access, a smartphone or computer, and a private location (like a room in your house, your office, your backyard, or even your car.) You can choose to go audio-only if you prefer and it will be more like a normal phone call.
You will receive an email with a video link the day before the appointment. With the online therapy platform I use, there’s no setup and no download is required.
Please make sure your private location that allows you to have the same level of concentration and openness you show in our in-person sessions. This may be a room with a closed door, your office is you have privacy at work, or even your car if you prefer.
I’m here to answer questions about whether online therapy is the right the counseling approach. Please call with any questions you may have. If we both agree it’s a good fit, then you can schedule an online therapy session and start the counseling process.