The COVID-19 pandemic made teletherapy the only real option for those seeking counseling for over a year. While many practices have returned to in-person therapy, therapists and clients have warmed to the benefits of remote video-based counseling. It adds convenience, increases your choice of available therapists, and makes mental health care available to remote areas that previously struggled to find services.
What is teletherapy?
Teletherapy is a means of receiving medical or counseling care when the provider and patient are not in the same location. Either through phone conversation or HIPAA compliant secure video chat, you can meet with your therapist from anywhere you have reliable Internet.
At Resilience Counseling, we use a dedicated video service that’s fully integrated with our practice management software. It’s easy to use and lets you make
Does Teletherapy work?
It certainly can. Of course, no therapy can guarantee results. However, according to the latest research, teletherapy is working pretty well.
While in-person can be a powerful experience, I appreciate the opportunity to serve a wider range of individuals. As a born-and-raised Oklahoman, I love that technology gives me the opportunity to continue helping people from my home state.