Psychology Today Sessions lets you perform teletherapy using software connected to your PT profile. But does it meet your HIPAA needs? Find out here.
The PSYPACT allows licensed psychologists in certain states the opportunity for nigh-unfettered practice in other PSYPACT states — and it started today.
The states are starting to open up some parts of the working world. Does that mean a return of in-person therapy sessions? If so, what might they look like?
Good teletherapy practice calls for backup plans even in the best of times. During COVID, the need for contingencies and patience is increased.
We’ve gotten some good observational data from various group practice owners about what is helping clinicians retain clients during COVID and what is not.
Doing therapy over video can tax muscles if you’re using poor body mechanics. Also, the changes which reduce fatigue can deliver better clinical services.
Our concerns about Zoom and health privacy have deepened recently, which prompts the question of alternatives for group therapy. We provide a few options.
Zoom’s boom has made privacy issues become apparent. Those issues doesn’t leave us feeling confident that Zoom is something we can recommend for healthcare.
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Therapists across the country are unsure if our practices are “essential services” — especially since we’re all doing telehealth now, anyways. Are they?