Telemedicine is a video call. If you have access to a computer with a camera and microphone or a smart phone, you are likely able to receive telemedicine.
For Current Telemedicine Clients. Select your clinician for your virtual room link.
Call us, (651) 647-1900, to pay your copay.
For NEW CLIENTS
Please follow the process for new clients Where to Begin; or contact us for scheduling assistance.
For EXISTING CLIENTS
In order to receive telemedicine from one of our qualified therapists, the following forms need to be completed before your first Telemedicine appointment. If you have not already filled out these forms, please request the electronically fillable forms be sent to you, please allow at least a business day. For any other questions call us at 651-647-1900 or email us.
For Existing Clients
Get started with Telemedicine
Please enter your email address and we will send an electronically-fillable form as quickly as we can
(if you have time, please allow up to 1 business day to receive the forms before proceeding to the backup method)
Alternative Option For Form Completion
- Complete the forms below
- Return by email, fax or in person
- Contact us to schedule your appointment
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (scan or take a picture of the forms)
What to Expect from Telemedicine
Telemedicine is essentially a video call. If you have access to a computer with a camera and microphone or a smart phone, you are more than likely able to receive telemedicine. There are some things to keep in mind for an effective session.
- You need to use a supported and updated Web Browser
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari 11+
- The bandwidth requirements are about a megabit up and down
- Be in a quiet part of your home where you will not be disturbed or overheard
- Dress appropriately
- Please arrive to you therapist’s waiting room 5 minutes early and be ready to start you session at your appointed time
- Although telemedicine may feel similar to a face-to face in-person session, there are some things to keep in mind:
- You may feel physically closer to your therapists depending on the camera set-up
- There may be a stronger preference to maintain eye-to-eye contact
- There may be a stronger degree of discomfort due to the aforementioned
- In order to feel more comfortable you may wish to:
- Have the camera farther back, or be able to move your body back during your session (e.g. a chair on wheels)
- Practice looking away so you can feel accustomed to it should the need arise in your session
- Voice your concerns to your therapist, feel free to address these issues with them during your session
- Most importantly, we are here to help you. We may be learning this process together, but our goal is to help you and provide the service you deserve.