Lifestance Health is here to support you during this stressful season.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by these rapidly changing times?
Is your relationship under strain and you need support and guidance?
Are you feeling anxious, depressed, irritable or hopeless?
Lifestance Health offers Telehealth, a comfortable and confidential way to connect with your clinician. Many of our current clients frequently use Telehealth with great success and we are currently open to new clients. If you are struggling or feeling alone during this stressful time, reach out today for help. We will listen carefully to your concerns and match you with a clinician who will help you create a path forward.
Contact us today for a free 10 minute session.
Preparing for your first Telehealth session
Telehealth is available to you today and is likely covered by insurance. If you want to schedule an appointment, contact us today and we will figure out the best path forward.
If you currently have a Telehealth session scheduled, here is how it works:
- Complete the requirements at the link below to sign the online Telehealth Informed Consent form, which must be completed prior to the session:
- Wait to receive a Doxy.me email link from your therapist:
- On a computer or tablet, use Google Chrome or Firefox.
- If you will be using a mobile device, you will get the best performance if you use Google Chrome as your browser.
Regardless of the platform, make sure to test the invite link one hour before your appointment.
The video below shows how easy it is to get set up with Telehealth.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What if my Insurance does not cover Telehealth?
Please call or email our office to see if your policy covers Telehealth. If it doesn’t, we will work with you to resolve this in a way that is very fair. Our top priority is to continue to serve our community at this time of heightened anxiety.
How does Telehealth work with children?
We understand that Telehealth may be more challenging for younger clients so we may divide the session into a child portion and a parental check-in. Keeping clinical work consistent is vital for all family members during this stressful time.