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Key Connections


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Tele-Therapy is a convenient, effective way to receive support and services from the comfort of your own home.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety and Phobias

  • Relationship Difficulties

  • Life Transitions

  • Difficulties with Self-Esteem

  • Eating Issues

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Professional/Career Issues

  • Medical and Health Concerns

  • Stress Management

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Spirituality

  • Gender Identity Support

  • LGBTQI Counseling

  • Grief, Loss, or Bereavement

  • Other Issues 


The term telehealth provider is defined under Connecticut Senate Bill Number 467 /Public Act Number 15-88 (the “Statute”) and includes marital and family therapists; clinical or master social workers; alcohol and drug counselors; professional counselors, and advanced practice registered nurses who are licensed in the State of Connecticut. The Statute permits a health care provider to provide mental health services to a client through a bona fide telehealth medium if the provider:

  • communicating through real-time, interactive, two-way communication technology. Telehealth traditionally does not include audio-only telephone or products such as FaceTime or Skype, however under current conditions, all technology platforms are acceptable if the traditional video platforms is not available.

  • ...has access to, or knowledge of, the client's medical history, as provided by the client, and the client's primary care physician's name and address;

  • ...provides the patient his or her provider license number and contact information, available upon request.

  • ...conforms to the standard of care for his or her profession that is expected for in-person care and is appropriate for the patient's age and presenting condition.

At the first  telehealth session  the therapist:

  • informs the patient about the treatment methods and limitations of treating a person through telehealth; and

  • obtains the patient's consent to provide telehealth services and documents the notice and  consent in the patient's medical record. (Consent forms will be provided through electronic signature.)

Please note:

Connecticut State Statute prohibits a Telehealth Provider from prescribing Schedule I, II, or III controlled substances through the use of telehealth. In addition, providers must maintain and disclose records of telehealth interactions and provide telehealth services in compliance with state regulations.

All Telehealth sessions require payment (including co-pays, cost-shares and out of pocket expenses) at the time of service. Due to the remote nature of telehealth services we ask that you provide a credit card or HSA card prior to scheduling.

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