Due to current conditions caused by the coronavirus I am currently only providing telehealth. Telehealth is a service that uses technology to provide services from a distance without having to meet in-person. Video chatting and phone calls are the current options, whereas messaging or live texting are not. I’ve been providing telehealth since 2011 and find it perfectly fine for all services I provide. But the option for in-person session will likely return in the future for those that prefer it.
Insurance plans and EAPs that previously did not allow telehealth as a covered service are currently allowing it during current conditions. I am in-network for most commercial insurances and EAPs in the mid-Missouri area and in some circumstances I can currently practice outside of Missouri. If you are concerned about coverage we can discuss financials.
Telehealth has increasingly become a valuable option for many people for a variety of reasons. Pros and cons of telehealth can be found on the Telehealth Informed Consent form that is required before starting. Video chatting is preferred rather than just a voice call and in some cases the only option. If you are unable or unwilling to use video chatting or a phone call for sessions we can discuss what you can do.
Be sure your correct email is on file with me. This is how a link to our video chat will be sent. If you have any payment responsibility such as a co-pay, the invoice will also be sent to your email on file.
The no-show policy continues to be in effect. A $25 charge for less than a 48 hour notice of cancelation is applied except if there is an emergency or an illness in which there is evidence including but not limited to a doctor’s note.
COVID-19 Hotline: 877-435-8411