Because mental health care is not an option or a luxury.
Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, I am currently offering both tele-mental health and in-office sessions. Meeting online is safe and secure with a HIPAA compliant Zoom platform.
Before your appointment, please download the required tele-mental health paperwork (even if you are an existing client and have filled out the initial paperwork). I will link the paperwork below once it is ready. IMPORTANT – DO NOT email the paperwork back to me as it will contain private and sensitive information. Together we will determine the most appropriate way to get the paperwork back to me.
I’ll send you an invite to my online office via Zoom prior to your session. All you need to do is get online, open your email and click on the link.
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