Coronavirus-TeleHealth

Socially Distanced . .. Spiritually Connected

To ensure we’re doing our part to minimize the risk of exposure, consider utilizing our telehealth therapy service option. We realize that switching over from traditional in-person therapy to online therapy may sound strange, but research has shown that teletherapy can be just as an in-office appointment. Plus, this option allows us to continue your care plan without interruption.

  • Telehealth minimizes the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We’re extremely concerned about the health and safety of our clients as well as our staff at the Brief Therapy Institute of Denver.  By conducting therapy sessions online, we’re going straight to the source and eliminating the risk of anyone being exposed to the virus in our office.
  • Telehealth alleviates the inconvenience of travel time and associated costs. Even if we weren’t experiencing heightened feelings of stress and anxiety as a result of COVID-19, traveling to and from our office for appointments can be less than relaxing. Things like bad weather, traffic, construction, finding parking, etc. can all make even short commutes frustrating. Online therapy appointments completely eliminate all of the inconveniences of travelThe benefits of Telehealth are supported by research. Research has found that video therapy is as effective as in-person therapy.

 

 

  • Most major insurance companies cover Telehealth. If you’re interested in pursuing this option, let me know and we can investigate whether you’re eligible for coverage.
  • Telehealth requires no special software or technical knowledge. All you need is a smartphone, tablet, or computer with an integrated camera and speaker/microphone.

Check out our many articles with tips and tools on how to cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic on our Facebook Page

GET STARTED

  1. Contact your therapist using the “Our Team” tab (here)
    Your counselor will be able to address any concerns you might have and help you schedule your first appointment.
  2. Read, sign and return Informed Consent to your therapist. Informed Consent for Telehealth Services
  3. Please check the following:
    • Make sure you have a webcam set up on a laptop or desktop PC or Mac
    • Make sure you have a stable internet connection and have Chrome or Firefox  downloaded. (Many clients have been able to use Explorer with little difficulty)


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Littleton, CO 80120

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