In-Person or Telepsychiatry

COVID-19 changed the way we see clients. In the post-pandemic world, telehealth will continue to be an option. For some, video is the preferred way to see their medical team; however, a study out of Boston, Mass., found that 53% of people surveyed prefer to meet with their providers in person.

You can see your provider through a HIPPA-compliant, secure system or in person. You can participate in virtual visits from the comfort of your home, office, or car. You can do this via your phone or computer. You may be encouraged to attend in person by your provider. Social isolation and loneliness have been identified as contributing to risk for a widespread health concern in the USA. If you want to know more about telehealth, read the NH Telehealth Act.

For telehealth, you receive an email or a text to log in to the visit quickly on the day of your appointment.

If you are having trouble accessing the link at the time of your appointment, please email your provider immediately.

In-person visits are available for those who prefer a safe place to visit and process their concerns. There are stairs to access the office. There is a half flight of stairs. The doors must be opened manually. There is one single-occupancy bathroom shared with several other businesses. There is plenty of parking. There is a small community waiting room. You will have a seat in the waiting room.