Teletherapy / Telepractice
What is Teletherapy / Telepractice?
A Combination Approach
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Teletherapy?
Teletherapy is any type of therapy conducted over an audio/visual platform in which the patient and therapist interact in a live session to complete the same or similar tasks that they would complete in an in-person session
Is Teletherapy appropriate for everyone?
Not all patients would benefit from Teletherapy the same; discuss with your therapist to learn more!
Will my insurance pay for Teletherapy?
Some insurers do cover Telehealth services, but contact your insurance for more information!
Do I have to be an adult to get Teletherapy services?
Teletherapy can be beneficial for patients of all ages, but is based on accessibility, motivation, and the recommendation of their therapist.
What equipment do I need?
Patients need access to a computer or tablet with internet access, a camera and microphone for a successful Teletherapy session.
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Aurora & Lakewood
Fax: (303) 362-8986
Monday - Thursday — 8am - 6pm
Saturday & Sunday — Closed
Monday - Thursday — 9am - 6pm
Friday — 9am - 1pm
2851 S. Parker Road Suite 570