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Telehealth Informed Consent

Covid-19 Policies & Informed Consent

With Covid-19 vaccinations available for a long time, I now primarily offer in-person appointments, although telehealth zoom appointments may also be available on a limited basis.  Clients who have at least the original two doses of Moderna or Pfizer (or their booster if original was Johnson & Johnson) may schedule without restrictions.  On a case-by-case basis I may also schedule in-person with unvaccinated clients, but these appointments will need to schedule at the end of the day, or when only unvaccinated clients will be seen later that same day.  The office will then remain empty overnight before regular appointments resume.  I see many clients with medical vulnerabilities or who offer regular eldercare, so these precautions remain necessary.

If we schedule remote telehealth appointments (or if we switch to this per mild illness, etc.), clients will connect with me through through Zoom Client for Meetings, which is encrypted, has the best stable video quality and takes only a couple minutes to download here.  PC download is the top option, or scroll down for iPhone, Android, tablets or just a web browser extension.  Please sign the Telehealth Informed Consent form above and return by USPS mail, fax to 208-333-1415, or scan a signed copy.  During our first online zoom appointment you can then send these scanned documents electronically in a secure way so long as you use a desktop or laptop version (not a cell phone or tablet).  Because my email is not secure, please do not use it for returning any completed paperwork.

Lastly, this article gives very helpful tips on How to Transition to Seeing Your Therapist Online, preparing beforehand to get the most out of the experience.