You might prefer to have a virtual appointment instead of coming into the office for a session. If so, I can help you through virtual therapy, or telehealth. Telehealth is psychotherapy provided to clients via secure live video conferencing. I use a HIPAA-compliant telehealth option and can provide this service if at the time of the appointment, you are located in Alabama or Tennessee. (If you would be in another state at the scheduled appointment time, the session would need to be rescheduled due to licensing laws.) This can be done with a smartphone or a computer. It is important to have a quiet space where others won’t overhear you and you’ll be free from interruptions or distractions during your telehealth session (this includes driving). It’s best to have a strong internet connection and have few other programs, apps, etc running while video conferencing. A well-charged battery (or plugged in to power) and headphones or ear buds are helpful, too. Turning off notifications on your device also helps reduce the risk of the connection being disrupted. If you’d like to access telehealth services, please state that’s the type of appointment you want when you contact the office to schedule.