Telehealth legislation aimed at removing barriers to care is abounding in the current landscape of state law. Emergency out-of-state practice allowances have been ending, bringing legislators to look towards meeting the telehealth and healthcare needs of their constituents for the long term. We’ve seen examples of progressive telehealth legislation being passed in Arizona, Illinois, West […]
The COVID public health emergency declaration is set to expire soon and hasn’t been renewed yet. What does that mean for teletherapy in the US?
Hello from PCT Total Landscaping… just kidding! Roy also shares a few Total Landscaping jokes which bring levity to a quick discussion about (good news! California emergency rules) and (bad news! Zoom has been lying about end to end encryption). The good news is great for those in and working with clients in California, especially […]
Now that we aren’t able to swipe cards for clients in person, how do we manage taking remote payments with teletherapy? What are the issues that we’re going to see? Taking payments from far away can be tricky (or very easy!) Roy covered 20 minutes of the basics that every practitioner who takes payments remotely […]
Psychology Today Sessions lets you perform teletherapy using software connected to your PT profile. But does it meet your HIPAA needs? Find out here.
It’s “Cross-Jurisdictional Practice” month! We just made that up, but if you follow PCT, you’ll know we’ve been immersing in this topic as a support to you in our new phase of COVID-19 pandemic support. Roy’s Facebook Live (below) is a fun discussion on the considerations of providing mental health care with clients in a […]
Well, friends, July is here and we are well into the last half of this strange year. And that means that we need to wrap our heads around practicing teletherapy online for the long haul. So if you have a tippy table, or are feeling generally dissatisfied with teletherapy for your practice — or group […]
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?