TeleCounseling is a specialized form of consulting with a licensed therapist via the use of technology. It is convenient and confidential and it accommodate clients with busy schedules, travel time & distance. TeleCounseling is a service for clients who are unable to meet at the office due to life circumstances, and we are as committed to working with you as if you were in the office in person.
How a TeleCounseling coach facilitates change:
- Help clients identify their character strengths, values and belief systems.
- Help clients clarify their belief systems and align them with their desires and goals
- Help clients develop and apply their vision and plans as they modify to resolute problems
- Provide clients with skills, support, and structure to propel their potential
- Help clients balance a healthy, happy, worthy and successful personal and professional life
The Limitations of TeleCounseling
Tele-Counseling and Coaching is Not Appropriate for suicidal clients or those with serious psychiatric illnesses. Due to distance a counseling coach cannot respond to crisis situations that require close and direct treatment.
The Value & Price of Empowerment
The value of our collaboration provides the insights, tools and understanding necessary to your purpose driven life. The work you’re deciding to do positively impacts your well-being in the long run; and of those whom you love and care for. While this is not an insurance reimbursable service, we have been mindful to make affordable.
Your purposeful journey can start today. If you’re ready for a healthy change, call to request a free 15-minute consultation at 201.668.1001 or email email@example.com.
The Board of Trustees of the American Telemedicine Association has established a set of practice guidelines for telemental health. The guidelines focus on specific criteria for healthcare providers, patients and the use of technology when providing telemedicine services. For further information on the guidelines, visit http://www.americantelemed.org/resources/telemedicine-practice-guidelines/telemedicine-practice-guidelines#.Vcw1AflViko.
HIPAA guidelines are applicable to every aspect of healthcare that involves electronic transmission, and this includes telemedicine. The main purpose of the HIPAA guidelines is to protect patient’s privacy and regulate healthcare operations. In the practice of telemedicine HIPAA requires physicians to get consent prior to any use or disclosure of confidential health information for treatment, payment, or any other operation. Specific details about HIPAA guidelines for telepsychiatry can be found at: http://telehealth.org/ethical-statements/.
*Online devices of communication may not be HIPPA compliant. Our therapists are solely responsible for their individual ways of communication being used and are solely responsible for the privacy of their clients. Telehealth is not part of the therapy process, but only an accommodation and therapeutic care for our clients.