Responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our team is available to everyone in Texas with Online Counseling. We want to do all we can for our clients and their safety, including caring for their mental health during this crisis. We provide the same treatment as we would in person, just done through a computer and the comfort of your own home or office. If you’ve ever used Skype on your laptop or FaceTime on your iPhone, you’ve used the same type of technology online counseling uses.
These times can lead us to feel hopeless, disconnected, and fearful. Still, luckily you do not have to feel those alone. It can be easy during this time to take physical isolation to become emotionally and mentally isolated, and our counselors want to help you avoid that. As counselors, we know that depression, anxiety, and substance abuse can all worsen in these times of disaster, and we want to do everything we can to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a time when we are all socially distant, reach out to us so we can help you connect with a counselor to work with you. We can get through this!
Regular access to your counselor
Safe, easy, and secure
Comfort and safety of your home
How we approach Tele-Health
We use a HIPAA secure software platform called Spruce Health. This platform works much like FaceTime, Zoom, or Doxy.me. Our counselors will be at our office or working from their home offices. This software is free for you. There will not be an added cost to your session.
March 17th Governor Greg Abbot adopted an emergency rule. Govenor Abbot mandated that telehealth services rendered by mental health professionals be covered by all state-regulated health plans. The emergency rule will remain in effect for up to 120 days.
We know insurance can be confusing, so we are dedicated to helping you with anything you need. Call or email us with questions you may have. We offer online counseling options to Texas residents only.
Crisis numbers for clients in need:
Adapt 24/7 Mobile Crisis Hotline
Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas 24/7 Crisis Line
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline