Telehealth is an online clinic that uses videoconferencing to provide evidence-based clinical interventions for individuals and families.
How it Works
Telehealth provides clients with "face-to-face”, online counseling and psychotherapy services. Services are provided in English and Spanish and offered as weekly 50-minute appointments over 12 weeks or more.
The provider and client connect from separate locations via a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Clients can join their virtual sessions from a private location such as their home or in professionally supervised offices called “tele-suites.”
Telehealth partners with each client to develop a care plan including research-based interventions to help you meet your goals. These interventions align with the School's emphasis on evidence-based practice and emphasize Motivational Interviewing, Problem-Solving Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy among others.
Safe, Secure & Easy
Telehealth uses a sophisticated yet easy-to-use videoconferencing platform that meets all HIPAA and federal security guidelines. Clients need access to a device with a web camera, mic and speakers, and reliable Internet connection.