Traditional Face-to-Face therapy in outpatient office setting
Direct face to face counseling happens in the therapist’s office at a prescheduled appointment. Phases of treatment include: relationship building, gathering information about personal history; developing treatment goals and asserting evidence based treatment modalities. Your therapist can help you decide if individual, couple, family, group and or TeleMental Health is for you.
TeleMental Health: Video conferencing with your therapist
ICLLC offers the use of technology to communicate with your therapist. Our simple and secure software is compatible with computer, smartphone or tablet. We use the same HIPAA compliant system that NASA, US Congress and the Navy Seals have used for over 20 years.
Through the use of your computer, smartphone or tablet, you can communicate with your therapist using the same HIPAA compliant software that NASA, US Congress and the Navy Seals have used for over 20 years.
If you are thinking about TeleMental Health:
A 2008 meta-analysis of 92 studies, for example, found that the differences between Internet-based therapy and face-to-face were not statistically significant (Journal of Technology in Human Services, Vol. 26, No. 2). Similarly, a 2009 review of 148 peer-reviewed publications examining the use of videoconferencing to deliver patient interventions showed high patient satisfaction, moderate to high clinician satisfaction and positive clinical outcomes (Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, Vol. 16, No. 3).