Telemedicine sessions let you speak with me from the privacy of your home (or elsewhere) when we cannot meet in my office either because of social distancing mandates or for some other reason,
Telephonic sessions are possible, but audiovisual therapy sessions where you use your webcam-equipped computer are better, because it’s easier for us to talk when we can see each other. Available platforms include Doxy.me, Google Duo, What’s App, Zoom, and Skype.
During the coronavirus pandemic, clients with Medicaid or with commercial insurance plans from Aetna and Anthem can schedule telemedicine sessions with me that are fully reimbursable: there’s no cost sharing or copays, so you pay nothing extra. Clients with commercial Cigna insurance plans are responsible for their usual copays and coinsurance effective June 1, 2020. Call your insurer with any questions about what your plan covers. Clients not covered by insurance or who have plans without an out-of-network benefit can see me virtually at reasonable fee-for-service rates.
For more information about virtual therapy, please contact me at (860) 231-1997. Please download my informed consent to telemedicine form, fill it out, and mail it back to me or email me a scan. Once I have received it, we can schedule a session. Payment for sessions can be made using your Paypal account. You can visit Paypal.me\MarciaBrubeck or simply click the button below, which will give you the option of paying by credit card.
Please note: You do not need a PayPal account, but you do need to enter your email address.