Telehealth

Do you need support for an illness or disorder, but can’t make it to an in-person appointment?

Are you a busy stay-at-home or working parent, and don’t have time to schedule or keep therapy appointments?

Do you lack health insurance, or does your health insurance fail to fully cover your medical needs?

Telehealth (or telemedicine) is a fairly recent innovation. Telehealth allows the facilitation of health-related services to patients via live video conferencing. Thanks to modern technology, just about everyone in the U.S. has a smartphone or tablet capable of video chat. This ease of access to make video calls has revolutionized the health industry, allowing therapists and mental health professionals to interact with clients through a convenient phone call.

Using your smartphone, you can consult with a mental health professional to receive ongoing care to have a remote therapy or counseling appointment.

Telehealth appointments can be very beneficial if getting to a traditional in-person appointment is a hassle for you. If you lack the time or resources to use public transportation, are physically disabled or live in a remote area, telehealth appointments can help by removing the need to leave your home to attend an appointment.

In the United States, approximately 80 million people have inadequate health insurance or no health insurance at all. Telehealth can be more affordable for clients paying out of pocket.

So if this sounds like you:

  • You lack health insurance or recently lost coverage
  • Your health problem isn’t covered by your insurance
  • You don’t have the right type of medical professional nearby
  • You lack the time or resources to get to an in-person therapy appointment
  • You want the ease and convenience of a video conference appointment

… then Telehealth services may be just what you need.

The convenience of scheduling an appointment through a phone app cannot be understated. Quickly pick a date and time, and you’ve scheduled your online appointment. There’s no need to get ready, or even leave your bed or couch. If you have social anxiety or phobias that cause you to avoid social interactions, Telehealth makes it easier for you to get therapy or medication.

Do you need to see a therapist, but are unable to leave your home? Are you looking for a cost-effective alternative to seeing a medical or mental health provider? Our convenient Telehealth app can help. Contact us today for rates or to schedule an appointment.

Five-Step Solution Process

Step 1: Book your first appointment. The majority of people do not make it this far. Once you complete this step, there are only 4 more to go!

Step 2: Understand your pain points. The first four sessions must be consecutive in order to fully understand your pain points. This will give you time to fully express your concerns and allow time to build rapport.

Step 3: Identify which skills and techniques you need to develop in order to move forward.

Step 4: This is where the hard work begins, taking action using the skills and techniques you have developed in order to move past your pain points.

Step 5: This final step occurs when you have moved past your pain points and are now looking forward to life. This is when planning and maintenance begin. In order to continue the forward movement, specific and detailed plans regarding effective use of the skills you have built will need to be laid out to encourage you to be self-sufficient.

How long will these 5 steps take? On average, clients go through this process in 3 to 6 months. Everyone is different so there is always room for more or less time as needed by each individual.



6200 S Syracuse Way Ste 260
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

James.Marrugo@MorningCoffeeCounseling.com
720.253.8272

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