The Benefits of Telehealth
By using telehealth services instead of going for an in-person appointment, people can avoid crowded waiting rooms and unnecessary interactions with people who may be infectious. In addition to allowing people to limit travel and reduce exposure, telehealth services are important because they allow individuals to access healthcare regardless of geographical barriers (living far away) or long commute time. Many patients also find telehealth to be more comfortable, as they are able to complete services from their own home. Also, since patients can attend telehealth appointments anywhere, this flexibility and convenience allow some patients to attend appointments more consistently.
Importantly, patients can access mental health services at SABHH through our IOP program. IOP involves group therapy with trauma informed health professionals and other patients who face mental health challenges. While many people prefer face-to-face exchanges, video-based telehealth programs can recreate much of the in-person treatment experience. Sometimes, patients may feel anxious with face-to-face interactions, and these patients may consider video or audio-based discussions easier to handle.
SABHH offers teletherapy via the Zoom platform, which is user friendly and accessible via phone, tablet, or computer devices. Virtual IOP is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9am-12pm. IOP consists of 3 groups sessions daily, 3 days per week for a total of 9 programming hours. Patients will receive case management services with a master’s level therapist to assist with long term appointments upon discharge.
Additional times may be available; please call our caring Intake Staff for a cost-free assessment 24/7, 365 at 210-541-5300.
- 100% Telehealth via Zoom Platform
- Group therapy sessions only, no individual therapy or psychiatry at this level of care.
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