For many reasons, therapy is increasingly available online via telehealth platforms. Not only is it safer to meet online during surges of COVID-19, it is also often incredibly convenient. For folks living in rural areas, who have trouble accessing evidence-based treatment providers within their state, or who work in mental health and want to maintain privacy within their local community, telehealth psychotherapy can finally make it possible to access the case you need.
Also - there is some great news about telehealth therapy - research has shown that webcam sessions seem to be just about as effective as in-person sessions, for most people. It is not recommended in every case - for example, therapy that focuses on interpersonal skills may make a lot more sense in person. But in some cases, it may be preferable to use a webcam for therapy; for example, sometimes OCD is triggered more often at home or another specific location, and conducting therapy by webcam can help us target the most important symptoms.
Online therapy is conducted through a secure, HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing service. You'll need a good internet connection, a device with video, and a private place to talk.
Contact 678-298-9707 if you are interested in online therapy, and we can chat about whether it is right for you.
Due to recent changes in the law in certain states, our psychologists are able to provide telepsychology services to people residing in the following locations: Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington (state), Washington DC, and Wyoming.