We treat a variety of mental health issues for teens and adults.
Anxiety-excessive or high levels of worry, fear that interrupt daily life.
Depression-progressive depressed mood, with loss of interest in activities that causes significant disruptions to daily living.
PTSD-traumatic experiences that impact mental/social functioning whether past or present.
Bipolar with or without mania-Imbalanced mental state that causes dramatic changes to mood, energy, behaviors, and thought processing. This mental illness can impair one’s ability in judgment, rationality, and present dangers to physiologic stability.
ADHD - a mental health disorder that can cause above-normal levels of hyperactive and impulsive behaviors making it difficult to complete tasks, stay organized, and stay focused.
Medication Management - psychotropic medication treatment for various mental illness with laboratory assessments that help to inform treatment progress and safety.
Work/life Imbalance - supportive therapy, helping you cope with life
OCD - Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead to compulsive behaviors such as excessive handwashing.
Self-Esteem Issues - cognitive behavior therapy
Panic Disorder - sudden onset of feelings of terror when there is no real danger. You may feel as if you are losing control or a need to escape your present space/position.
We accept the following insurance coverage:
(Check back frequently as we are always adding more providers)
American Indian Health Program
MHN Health Net
Optum UHC Community Plan
Tricare for Veterans
What is teletherapy?
Teletherapy is a means to bring you mental healthcare remotely without the need for the therapist and patient to be in the same room at the same time.
How does teletherapy work?
During your virtual teletherapy appointment, which we will conduct via the online app Zoom (instruction below), you will see Janet on screen – and she will see you – and be able to converse freely.
To schedule a Teletherapy appointment, follow the instructions at the top of this page.
Does My Insurance Cover Teletherapy?
Yes. At this time, insurance carriers treat a Teletherapy appointment in the same manner as a physical appointment in the clinic with regard to co-pay, co-insurance and/or deductible. Additionally, you can use your flex spending or health savings account on this type of visit. If you have questions about your virtual visit benefits, call the customer service number on the back of your insurance card.
How Can I Prepare for My Appointment?
Choose an appropriate setting and technology. You’ll need a laptop, tablet or mobile device with a camera, a stable internet connection and a private area that is quiet and well-lit.
Install Zoom. Once you are scheduled for a virtual visit, you will be sent a Zoom link. Click on the link to be prompted to download. Don’t worry, you will not need to create an account. You can also try out Zoom by clicking here to download before you receive your link.
Test Zoom. You can test your device to make sure the settings are correct by joining a test meeting at https://zoom.us.test. You will want to make sure of the following:
• You have given permission for Zoom to use the camera and audio
• You can see yourself on the screen in the app. If you only see your name or an icon, your camera is not enabled or is not working properly.
4. At the scheduled appointment day and time, click on the Zoom link provided to start your virtual visit (link will be sent to the email address you provided when the appointment was set). You will not be able to start the appointment more than 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. Zoom may ask for your name. Be sure to give your first and last name.
Tips for a Successful Teletherapy Appointment
Have most of your upper body visible (from the waist up). We depend on verbal and physical cues to help us gain a better understanding of your situation and condition.
If using a phone, prop it up on something stationary, rather than holding it in your hand.
A common issue when joining a meeting is that your microphone might be muted. If that is the case, you’ll see an icon on the Zoom app with a microphone and a red line through it. Click on that icon to unmute it.
If there is an echo or if your microphone cuts out, try using headphones. This reduces feedback and audio interruptions when the other individual speaks.
If you need to cancel your appointment, please call and let us know.
If you have difficulty joining the session or have questions, please call: 480-207-5205