Behavioral health — like other areas of health care — has changed significantly due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Behavioral telehealth also benefits patients who can access care from their homes with more options for safety, privacy, and convenience.
Behavioral telehealth may also be referred to as telebehavioral health, telemental health, telepsychiatry, or telepsychology.
Virtual, telebehavioral health care can be part of an integrated approach to treating substance use disorders.
Our Telehealth means the delivery of health care services through the use of interactive audio and video technology, permitting real-time communication between the patient at the originating site and the provider, for the purpose of diagnosis, consultation, or treatment.
Our platform is all compliant, in order to protect your privacy and confidentiality. Our technology is at no cost to our patients.
Patients can participate in sessions from home or any location determined appropriate by the patient and their clinician.
I was quite literally standing on an edge, ready to jump off. And now I haven’t had a thought like that in weeks. I’m feeling a lot more like myself from my golden days. I’m, like, ready to start working on things again. It’s been really, really exciting. Having the energy to do that, just do things again.
When you’re you’re stuck in these places of depression and PTSD and anxiety, it’s like, you’re not really living a life, you’re just trying to manage a life. And, you know, I feel like, for the first time in a really long time, I’m living a life.
My parents didn’t realize what I had was depression, pretty serious depression too, for quite a long time. I came to serenity because I went to numerous doctors and tried numerous different medications for treating depression and anxiety with no luck… Like a month or two later (after starting TMS), I just felt fantastic.