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Frequently Asked Questions

What Treatment Services Are Offered?


  • Tele-therapy

    • Individual Therapy

    • Psychiatric Appointments

    • Medication Management

    • Individual Therapy

    • Group Therapy

What Is Tele-Therapy?

  • Teletherapy is an important branch in the growing field of Telehealth, allows patients to access care remotely instead of in their therapist’s office by meeting with their therapist online in a teleconferencing session. Patients who participate in teletherapy experience all of the same benefits they would at an in-office session

  • Teletherapy also provides the opportunity for consultation with family members, teachers, and other providers involved in the patient’s care. Surveyed patients participating in telemedicine say they are very satisfied with the care they are receiving and that they feel telemedicine is a reliable form of practice. In addition, they find that they are able to keep their appointments on a more regular basis


What Is Psycho-Therapy?

  • Psychotherapy is a patient-centered modality that uses a compassionate approach to help the patient identify strengths as well as triggers and develop appropriate coping mechanisms. It is at the heart of much of the behavioral health treatment conducted in the U.S.

  • Every program of psychotherapy is different and depends on the unique characteristics and needs of the patient. This specific approach allows the patient and therapist to find the best answer for the patient’s needs.

Types of Psychotherapy

There are a wide range of psychotherapy techniques available to patients. Popular types of psychotherapy, as well as some of the conditions they treat, are listed below:

  • Interpersonal Therapy: depression, eating disorders, addiction

  • Teletherapy: therapy that happens over video conferencing software

  • Mentalization-Based Therapy: BPD

  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: anxiety disorders and depression, as well as BPD

  • Humanistic Therapy: anxiety and depression

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders

  • Behavior or Exposure Therapy: phobias and panic disorders

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy: bipolar disorder

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy: trauma-related disorders

*In many cases, patients may benefit from some combination of different types of therapy. Mental health professionals may also recommend supplementing a course of therapy with additional interventions such as medication or lifestyle changes.

What Mental Health Conditions Can Telehealth Treat?


Telehealth includes Teletherapy and Telepsychiatry, facilitating treatment of a wide variety of mental health conditions and allowing patients to receive care even when they are unable to come in the office. Conditions that can be treated by Teletherapy include but are not limited to:

Benefits of Telehealth

  • Telepsychiatry & teletherapy provides the patient with benefits that may lead to better care. We understand it can be difficult to take time off from your busy schedule to come to our office. This form of treatment can eliminate your commute time and lead to less stress, especially when you are scheduled to see your psychiatrist/therapist often.  For patients who are usually seen in the office but are sick or traveling, this form of treatment allows you to still keep your appointment without interrupting your care. LEARN MORE....

What Types Of Therapies Can Be Conducted Using TeleHealth?

  • Psychoanalysis, a subset of psychotherapy, patient and doctor work to identify deeply-rooted triggers that still impact the patient to this day. 

  • Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy. It is designed to help those who are involved in a relationship together, be it marriage, engagement, dating, or living together. The individuals in the relationship can partake in both individual sessions and couple sessions.

  • ​Family therapy is therapy not just for the traditional, nuclear concept of “family”, but also for extended families, adult siblings, and co-parents as well. Any related group that wants to improve their dynamic can benefit from family therapy.

What to expect during the first visit:

  • The first appointment typically serves as an introductory session in which the therapist gets to know the individual (s) and various dynamics. Typically the reason(s) for seeking out therapy. In acute or high-conflict situations, the therapist can address some issues as soon as the first session.

How Does Online Tele-Therapy Treatment Work?


Virtual/online mental health allows you to have access to a virtual mental health provider while conveniently helping you manage mental health symptoms. This is how teletherapy treatment  works:

  1. First, you book an appointment with one of our licensed, board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner providers. Most appointments are 30-60 minutes.

  2. The main thing you need to do to prepare for a teletherapy appointment is to ensure that you have a private space. You also want to make sure that the device you use has high-speed internet and a camera.

  3. When you schedule an appointment, we will provide you with the HIPAA-compliant link to participate in your appointment

  4. During your virtual visit, you will meet with your provider online through your smartphone or computer. The session will be conducted the same as an in-person session. 

  5. The provider can also prescribe medications if deemed necessary. Your prescription will be sent to your local pharmacy for same-day pickup.



Can I Get a Prescription Online?

  • Yes, you can get prescription medication online through a virtual urgent care visit. 

  • Our psychiatric- advanced nurse practitioners can prescribe or refill medications during a telehealth appointment if appropriate for your treatment plan.

Can You Go To Tele-Therapy  Without Insurance?


  • Yes, you can go receive Tele-therapy without insurance. You do not need a referral. You will, however, need to pay for your treatment.

  • At Be Healthy & Well you can speak with a board-certified provider, even without insurance. Uninsured patients pay $90 for an initial appointment. Call to discuss follow-up charges and continuous treatment discounts.  We make it convenient for you to access the  care you need online

What Insurances Do You Accept?

  • Anthem

  • Optima

  • Aetna

  • Health Spending Account

  • Check with your insurance plan for out-of-network reimbursement. We can provide you with a billing statement.

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