With the recent effects of Covid-19, people around the world are suffering more than ever before. We are expanding our reach and are now offering affordable 1:1 virtual sessions to new and existing patients with licensed mental health professionals.
What are Telehealth Services?
Telehealth services are changing the way physicians and clinicians access and treat patients all over the world. Utilizing various digital devices, healthcare professionals are able to communicate and manage the health of the patient from virtually anywhere. CHE providers utilize video software to connect with patients to provide telepsychotherapy--talk therapy from the comfort of the patient’s home.
How Telehealth Works
Using digital communication technologies like computers and mobile devices, patients can access healthcare remotely from wherever they are located. Our HIPAA compliant process and licensed psychologists make it easy, safe, and confidential for patients to connect for psychotherapy sessions. By simply clicking a link, patients are connected to their provider.
Who is Telehealth for?
Telehealth is easily accessible making it universally beneficial, particularly for behavioral health. Research consistently indicates telehealth services are just as effective as traditional in-person therapy for many mental health conditions. Conditions that are not appropriate for CHE’s telehealth services include substance abuse, eating disorders, and those who are in crisis or actively suicidal. Generally, telehealth is a great option for busy individuals with limited availability, for those looking for ease of access to quality mental health services, and for those who simply prefer the privacy of their own home for psychotherapy sessions.
Do I need help?
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, you might consider scheduling an appointment with our of our mental health professions who can provide relief and a diagnosis using telehealth. Telehealth provides online sessions from the comfort of your own home. Have questions about scheduling or insurance? We're here to help, please contact us with any questions.
* If you feel you are experiencing a crisis that needs immediate attention or you believe you are a danger to yourself or others, please go to your nearest emergency room OR call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255.*
For additional resources and immediate assistance, please click below: http://suicideprevention.wikia.com