Families formed through adoption and kinship care face unique challenges. That’s where C.A.S.E. comes in. Our therapists and psychiatrists are certified in providing tele-mental health services. They have the knowledge, clinical skills and experience to serve birth, kinship, foster and adoptive families dealing with loss and grief, trauma, attachment, abuse and neglect.
Who We Serve
Life gets busy. We offer appointment times that work for you, so that you can balance your own personal responsibilities with greater ease. All you need is a computer or other web-cam device and access to the internet to participate remotely. With tele-mental health convenience, you can arrange to see your clinician no matter what life tosses in the mix for your schedule.
Interactive. Private. Secure. Our videoconferencing technology meets all requirements assuring privacy and confidentiality during tele-mental health appointments. We use the Zoom telehealth platform that meets HIPPA standards of encryption and privacy protection.
Now you can thrive! If you live in Maryland, Virginia, D.C. or New York, you can eliminate traffic and commuting times associated with in-office appointments by receiving services from a certified tele-mental health professional from the comfort of your home.
Download this tele-mental health tutorial prior to your first appointment with your C.A.S.E. therapist.
Read the FAQs below to learn more! To find out if tele-mental health is right for you, please contact us at 866.217.8534.
Q: Can my kids do therapy using tele-mental health?
A: Tele-mental health is effective for middle school and high school aged children, however it is not recommended for children aged 10 and under.
Q: What are the costs?
A: The rates for tele-mental health services are the same as the rates for in-person sessions.
Q: Is tele-mental health covered by my health insurance?
A: Many health insurance plans cover tele-mental health services. Please check with your provider to see what is covered under your plan.
Q: Are there any risks associated with using tele-mental health?
A: As with any form of treatment, there may be some risks to tele-mental health that may include, but are not limited to interruptions in the session due to technological difficulties, discomfort with virtual face-to-face interactions vs. in-person treatment, and limited access to immediate resources if risk of self-harm or other harm becomes apparent.