515 Therapy Update (02/28/2022)
515 Therapy and Consulting Continues to Offer Routine Secure Video Telehealth as Well as
In-Office Appointments - Please Talk to Your Provider About Your Preference
Based on the current CDC guidelines in our area:
The use of masks in our lobby and public spaces is optional.
Clinicians reserve the right to require masks be worn during in-office visits. In these circumstances, if you do not have a mask, you will be provided one.
Likewise, if you would like to wear a mask during your in-office appointment and would like your provider to also wear a mask, please let them know and they will accommodate your request.
We will continue to offer telehealth (as well as in-office appointments). If you are interested in continuing or starting telehealth, please contact your insurance to see if this type of mental health service is covered and what your cost share will be. Generally, your cost share is the same as your copay or co-insurance for in-office appointments, however policies vary and some policies do not cover telehealth.
We are monitoring National Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization and other local governmental agency guidelines for recommendations.
We are continually revising our cleaning and disinfecting protocol for any in-office appointments.
We request individuals who are ill not attend in-office appointments, and instead, re-schedule for telehealth. Even if you think it's the common cold/flu virus, please err on the side of caution. Telehealth is a great way to still get your appointment in, if you are up for it, but under the weather for any reason!
If you are new to 515 Therapy and Consulting, you will be asked to sign an Informed Consent pertaining to Covid-19 and in-office appointments. Please review a copy of the Informed Consent above in the orange box.
We look forward to continuing to serve you!