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Why
Video
Therapy?

No travel,

no waiting rooms,

total privacy,

when you want it

iHope Therapists Meet You on Video

What is Video therapy?

Video therapy is an easy way to see a therapist on video conference.

iHope Network provides video therapy to people who want an easy way to connect with a caring professional.

Why Use Video therapy?

1) Easy to do: No need for travel, all you need is a device like a smart phone, tablet or laptop with a video camera, and an internet connection.

2) Privacy: Many people like the privacy of therapy in their home. No one knows you are seeing your therapist except you.

3) Telehealth Fits Your Schedule: It’s easy to fit the appointment into a busy schedule day or evening.

What is the Goal of Video therapy?

iHope wants you to feel well as quickly as possible. Plus, the skills your therapist teaches you will help prevent these problems in your future.

All of us at iHope want to make it easier for you to get effective treatment, and to feel better. We are really looking forward to working with you.

How do I Get Video therapy?

Your doctor or nurse can make a referral for you, just ask. Or you can go to iHope www.ihopenetwork.com on the web, or call iHope at 800-225-0634. We will call you right back and get you an appointment with a therapist in a week or less.

Who Pays for Video therapy?

In Massachusetts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare and United Health all pay for video therapy. You can also pay privately using your credit card, or pay with money in your FSA account.

What Happens in Video therapy?

Your iHope therapist meets with you on your schedule. iHope offers cognitive behavior therapy, a form of therapy that has been shown to help people with many conditions including anxiety, depression and OCD.

Each therapy session teaches you skills that enable you to overcome the condition that is bothering you, and improve your life. In between sessions you’ll receive regular texts to check in on how you’re doing and you’ll be provided practice activities designed to help you and your therapist treat your condition.

Does iHope work with my doctor?

iHope will ask your permission to contact your doctor. If you say no, we will still work with you, and have complete respect for your privacy.

iHope prefers to provide collaborative care with your doctor; because it’s been shown to have the best outcomes, collaborative care makes life better faster.

iHope addresses all concerns with sensitivity to and respect for diversity and individuality. We maintain the strictest standards of privacy and confidentiality, and your therapist will discuss this with you when you first connect.

Reach us at 800-225-0634 or info@ihopenetwork.com, and we will get right back to you.

Some of our Therapists

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Michelle Clarke, LICSW

My specialty is helping college students and adolescents.

 

glenndumont

Glenn Dumont, MA, LCMHC

I specialize in treating depression, anxiety and PTSD in adults. I offer a nonjudgmental space where the client and I explore and understand their experiences and generate new energy for vital living.

anadossantos

Ana dos Santos, ATR, LMHC

I work with adolescents and adults with an eclectic approach that integrates art and cognitive behavior therapy. I believe that building a therapeutic relationship in a safe environment is essential in developing healthy skills to lead more rewarding lives.

adriannesturtevant

Adrianne Sturtevant, LICSW

I believe in using a strengths-based approach that combines my extensive outdoor and experiential learning experience with mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. My humor, pragmatic view, and straightforward approach make me easy to talk with and learn from.

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