Are you one of the many people unsure of taking the next step in seeking mental health care because your anxiety, depression, or other symptoms make interacting with the world around you difficult? Telepsychiatry is online psychiatric care via secure video web chat with a physician who is licensed in your state. It is like using FaceTime or Video Skype, but through a HIPAA compliant, fully encrypted server. Telepsychiatry allows you to seek the care you need to treat your mental health condition with convenience and privacy. You can use any device with a webcam and internet connection such as a PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet.
Experienced psychiatrist, Dr. Van Doren, offers comprehensive telepsychiatric care to increase access to mental health services, reduce the stigma associated with mental health care, and improve the quality of care. Dr. Van Doren is licensed in Arizona, Kansas, Minnesota, Texas, and Wisconsin. He is accepting patients from these states. You must be geographically located in one of these states at the time of your telepsychiatry visit.
BENEFITS OF TELEPSYCHIATRY
Telepsychiatry gives you peace of mind knowing you don’t have to travel long distances, lose time at work, or exit your comfort zone to get the help you need. Telepsychiatry allows for patient-centered, easily accessible, and immediate care, exactly when and where you need it.
Dr. Van Doren is able to diagnose and treat any psychiatric condition through telepsychiatry that can be diagnosed in person, as well as provide psychotherapy and medication management. Your high-quality care will be the same as you would receive if you were in a physical location. There has never been a better time to get affordable, convenient, and discreet psychiatric care. You must be geographically located in one of these states (AZ, MN, TX or WI) at the time of your telepsychiatry visit.
Dr. Van Doren uses Zoom Meetings for telepsychiatry sessions. Zoom is easy to use and works on any device with a high speed internet connection, webcam, and microphone. On desktops and labtops Zoom works through your web browser (Chrome, Safari, or Firefox). For smartphones and tablets you must install the Zoom App.