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Telepsychiatry

Teletherapy

Teletherapy is providing therapy through a live video connection, over the internet. You provide the same treatment as you would in person, it’s just done through a computer! If you’ve ever used Skype on your computer or FaceTime on your iPhone, you’ve used the same type of technology teletherapy uses.

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More About Teletherapy

What types of therapy can be Provide using teletherapy?
At our office, we are utilizing the technology to perform medication management and individual therapy. We hope to someday be able to provide group teletherapy and other modalities for individuals in less-served areas.
How does the teletherapy service in our office work?
There are 2 methods of receiving teleservice. Those patients who want to wait for a scheduled telesession can make an appointment. And those pts who want to be seen without an appointment will have their names placed in a cue or line. Once a therapist becomes available you will be invited to join the session. These emergency appointments generally do have a wait time, please check with office how long the approximate wait time will be for that day.

You will need a computer or smartphone, in the case of the smartphone you will need to download thedoxy.me app. With a computer you will need video and audio hardware, it is also necessary to have a high-speed internet connection.

What are the advantages of Teletherapy?
Teletherapy is a fast, flexible model that is now accepted by most insurance carriers. It allows pts who have either limited resources in their surroundings or patients who prefer the convenience to be able to remote into a practitioner or therapist.
What conditions are treated through telepsychiatry?
Our psychiatrists will treat the same conditions in telepsychiatry as in their general psychiatric clinics. These include mood, anxiety, thought, cognitive, substance use disorders, etc.
What software and equipment do Ineed for a telepsychiatry/teletherapy appointment?
Individual telepsychiatry visits are conducted through video conferencing. You need a webcam/video camera and microphone that is either built in your computer or plugged in separately. You will also need a broadband internet connection.
Is my privacy protected with telepsychiatry/teletherapy?
Yes. Electronic interactions with health care providers are subject to the same state and federal privacy and confidentiality laws as in-person interactions, including HIPAA. Skype transmissions use security protocols that are HIPAA and HITECH compliant. Video conferences may not be recorded by either party without written consent. Your mental health professional will keep a confidential medical record of your care and a complete privacy policy will be provided to you upon registration.
What is the cost of having a telepsychiatry/teletherapy session?
We take most major insurance carriers and reimbursements are generally equal what you would pay if you were seeing a provider in person. You will be responsible for copay/deductible as you would be at a routine visit.
How do I arrange for a telepsychiatry or teletherapy session?
Simply contact our office by phone or via the contact us form. We will try to get back to you within 24 hours.

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We are mental health providers which specialize in a variety of conditions including Generalized Anxiety disorder, Major Depression, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, Mood disorders, Autism, Personality disorders, Anger management, Addiction.

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(201) 490-5158

Email:
hamiltonbehavioralappointment@gmail.com

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