Licensed Psychologist in Connecticut, Florida, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania
for residents of Connecticut, Florida, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania
Online therapy provides access to mental health services in situations where an in-office visit is not possible, likely, or convenient.
It provides an easy way to get the care you need in spite of any limiting factors such as a busy lifestyle, time constraints, disability, or illness.
Online therapy is also a great option for teens and young adults who may be living away from home in a boarding school setting or for college. For these reasons, I am licensed in multiple states and offer online therapy via a confidential video stream.
What's great about online therapy is that you can log on at a time that works for you and receive the same quality treatment as you would in a traditional therapy office. My clients have found this format of therapy to be both convenient and beneficial in meeting their wellness needs. I welcome the opportunity to work with you to help you achieve your goals!
Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions about receiving therapy online. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or would like more information.
Is online therapy confidential?
Absolutely. With online therapy you will be able to engage in a therapy session in real time, while modern encryption technology ensures your confidentiality and privacy. I go to great lengths to ensure that your information is kept safe and confidential. I only use technology that is fully HIPAA compliant because your safety is my number one priority.
Does online therapy work?
Yes! Over the past decade there have been a great number of research studies examining the effectiveness of therapy services delivered online. Read more for comprehensive analysis of internet-based therapy interventions.
Who is online therapy best suited for?
With the exception of crisis situations, online therapy is appropriate for most issues addressed in traditional therapy. People use online therapy to help with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress, work problems, and relationship issues. Additionally, because of increased technology in everyday life, teenagers and young adults may feel more comfortable with online therapy than more traditional forms.
Do you use different types of treatment online than you would in a traditional office setting?
All clients, whether in-person or online, receive equal treatments backed by research that are found to be effective in alleviating symptoms. You can expect to receive high-quality therapy with a focus on helping you achieve your goals.
Do I need special equipment for online therapy?
You can use a computer, tablet, or smartphone for these services. You will also need to have a webcam with a built-in microphone; it can be the one that's already part of your computer. Most importantly, you will need high speed internet for high definition video and audio.
How do I schedule an online therapy session?
You can connect here for a complimentary consultation and we can talk about if online therapy would be the best way to meet your needs. If so, we can go ahead and set up your first appointment!