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Now that telehealth psychology is available by video or phone, it can help when social or physical distancing keeps people apart. In these stressful times, the good news is that teletherapy is so convenient while working from home, without taking time off and driving. Treatment is more private, confidential, and accessible.
To begin with, every client should expect to have their story understood and to be coached on moving toward their goals. From that starting point, evidence-based, step-by-step therapy can be effective for challenges like anxiety, panic, depression, and troublesome behavior, often in less time than you would expect. A toolbox to improve mental and behavioral health can help along with therapy.
My clinical psychology PhD from George Mason University was backed by a neuroscience doctorate from the University of Chicago, followed by research and teaching medical and graduate students in neuroscience at the George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences as Associate Professor. This unique background enhances my understanding of how the mind and brain affect people's well-being.
Dealing with stressors, enhancing brain connections, advancing treatment, parenting challenges, international well-being, and psychological technology are some of the topics of my articles and blogs in Psychology Today, The Scientist, The Atlantic, and the Medical Educator. My blog post “Teletherapy can Help when Social Distancing Prevails” can be found by pasting this address into your browser:
- George Mason University - PhD in Clinical Psychology
- George Mason University - MA in Psychology
- Virginia Board of Psychology - License as a Clinical Psychologist
- University of Chicago - PhD in Physiology/ Neuroscience
Prices & Payments
|Initial interview||$180||60 min.|
|Follow-up sessions, adjusted rate||$75||30 min.|