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  • Tele-Therapy

    The recent COVID-19 pandemic significantly shifted the way health care professionals can provide services.  No longer is it always necessary to drive to your therapist’s office to engage in a clinical session. Think of the time, money and effort you can be saving with a tele-therapy session conducted through a secure platform.  Although tele-therapy may not be the best fit for everyone, it is often the preferred approach. And, the results can be just as effective as in-person sessions.

    Is tele-therapy right for you?

    If you answer “yes” to these questions, you might find this approach to meet your needs.

    • You have a newer model reliable smartphone, desktop or laptop computer, or a tablet
    • You are a resident of New Jersey or Nevada and will be physically located in either state for your therapy sessions
    • You have a fixed location where you can have confidential sessions without interruption from others.  Sessions cannot be conducted if you are in a public location or a moving vehicle
    • You have high-speed internet service
    • You are able to be “on camera” throughout the entire session
    • You have  someone to care for any children or others that require supervision while you are in session.

    When is tele-therapy NOT the best approach?  

    If you are in crisis, having active suicidal thoughts, or not yet stable in recovery for substance misuse, in-person sessions and a higher level of care are indicated. During our consultation, we will discuss your specific needs and circumstances to ensure that tele-therapy is appropriate. 

    Please note:  If you are seeking services for domestic violence, there may be additional safety measures that need to be taken.