Just because a global pandemic is keeping us from our normal routine, it doesn’t mean we still can’t take care of our mental health. Especially, if you’re in recovery from substance abuse, trauma (PTSD), or eating disorders. That’s why, here at Willow Place for Women, we’re offering our patients and those who need help telehealth services until we can revert back to traditional methods of care safely.
Certainly, you have questions about how you can implement the care you need via the internet. And, that the unknown of telehealth services may keep you from reaching out and getting the help you need. In this article, we aim to address common questions people have about telehealth support. This way, you can feel more comfortable with this alternative solution and get the support you need during this time.
What is Telehealth Support Like?
The online support Willow Place for Women is offering for IOP patients is just like your typical IOP support. This includes one-on-one therapy sessions, DBT and CBD therapy, nutrition counseling, and more! This way, you still get the structured support you would otherwise get in-person right over your phone or computer.
Are Telehealth Programs Family-Inclusive?
We understand that there is always a need for family involvement when it comes to treatment and recovery. So, our online IOP incorporates family therapy for those that need it at this time. Therefore, we’re here for those struggling with family issues. And, offer security for those family members who want to be involved with a loved one’s wellbeing.
How Can I Schedule Telehealth Support?
One of the many benefits of telehealth services is that they offer convenience. The scheduling of your telehealth offers flexibility so that you can get your sessions when it’s convenient for you. This way, you can get the most out of your days and get the help you need when you need it.
Why Should I Consider Telehealth Services?
During this time, it’s more important than ever to stay on top of your mental health. Or, get help when you are experiencing overwhelming feelings or behaviors. So, telehealth allows you to get structured, expert help so you can get the support you need. And, overcome this difficult time with the help from a community of support and encouragement!
How Do I Get Started with Telehealth from Willow Place for Women?
If you live in North Carolina, you can take advantage of telehealth services today!
Whether it’s you or a loved one seeking help, you can always find more about the services we offer and our approaches to treatment right on our website. And, give us a confidential call at (828)-707-6084.