The same as "in-office" therapy ....
It is the same outpatient therapy you would receive if you visited your therapist at their office. Research shows therapy provided online has similar outcomes to its "in-office" counterpart.
Less expensive for those paying out of pocket...
Having more options....
From scheduling to choosing a provider, Telebehavioral Health increases options to the consumer.
It means no more driving to see your therapist or even having to take time off work. At the time of your appointment your therapist will call you through our HIPAA compliant video platform and you will meet with your therapist in real time and face to face from the comfort of home.
Covered by most insurance companies...
and is considered an accepted form of healthcare delivery that can provide a range of benefits to patients and their families, providers, organizations, and society as a whole.
The low overhead costs of telebehavioral health allows us to pass on the savings to those with a high deductible or no insurance and are paying out of pocket..
Telebehavioral Health Is.....
Research studies indicate telebehavioral health has similar outcomes to in-office outpatient therapy.
It is significantly more cost effective for the provider and the consumer and opens up more options for "straight to consumer" services, eliminating reliance on insurance benefits to cover services.
It increases access to providers. 80% of people in need of treatment live in health provider shortage areas and do not have access to in-office therapy.
It creates wider range of providers, specialists, and appointment times for clients.
It reduces delays in care and the negative impact of "wait lists" on client treatment.
Reduces stigma and increases privacy for clients concerned about "being seen" in the waiting room.
Improves satisfaction with the health care system and enables continuity of care by re-conceptualizing services.
It is our commitment ...
We are committed to reducing the leading source of disease burden in the United States by increasing access and reducing barriers to affordable, compassionate and evidence-based behavioral healthcare and by addressing the specific needs of a female dominated workforce.