You don’t have to cope with COVID alone.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Kindred Psychology remains fully operational using our HIPAA-compliant Telehealth video portal. Our staff members have received specific training on making Telehealth therapy just as effective as in-person therapy. We are a progressive psychology practice where we strive to advance social change and prioritize the greater good. As such, we are committed to doing our part to protect public health and curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, while also continuing to provide high quality, inclusive mental health care services for our clients.
Let us help with the restlessness, low mood, and agitation.
Use our HIPAA-Compliant Telehealth Platform.
Our Electronic Health Record platform contains a feature that allows us to conduct sessions through a secure video connection. The system will work with smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop devices. It is essentially like Skype, FaceTime, or Zoom, but you can be assured the connection is private and confidential (and that you’ll have no … visitors). Most people find that after a brief period of adjustment, they’re able to resume the work they were doing in person. Some people even report preferring Telehealth to in-person therapy because of convenience, ease, and/or the comfort of being in their own surroundings.
The process is simple. As you schedule your appointment, you will set up an account in our secure online portal. Once you have set up your account, you can access the video platform through a link sent to your email account. When it’s time for your appointment, simply log on through that link. If you misplace the email, you can always connect through your secure client portal account, or give us a call and we’ll help you reset the link.
For the most part, the insurance used for in-person sessions also covers Telehealth sessions during this time of COVID-19. Pre-existing reduced-fee and cash-paying arrangements will be honored, and can be paid using the button below. For those who do not have access to a safe, confidential space, we have collaborated with Mental Health Association of Nebraska to envision a Telehealth Accessibility Program. Please call Courtney for more information about this program, or visit our page here.