23 min

Online Therapy Works. Will It Stick Around‪?‬ The Dose

    • Government

When the pandemic hit last March, mental health care, which was typically delivered in face-to-face sessions, rapidly moved online.
At a time when the need for support was greater than ever, this was a welcome shift. But as we glance – with cautious optimism – toward a return to “normal,” will telehealth be the dominant mode of delivering mental health services?
On the latest episode, Latoya Thomas, senior director of policy and government affairs at Included Health, and Solome Tibebu, director of the Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health, talk about the future of virtual mental health care, particularly for underserved groups.
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When the pandemic hit last March, mental health care, which was typically delivered in face-to-face sessions, rapidly moved online.
At a time when the need for support was greater than ever, this was a welcome shift. But as we glance – with cautious optimism – toward a return to “normal,” will telehealth be the dominant mode of delivering mental health services?
On the latest episode, Latoya Thomas, senior director of policy and government affairs at Included Health, and Solome Tibebu, director of the Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health, talk about the future of virtual mental health care, particularly for underserved groups.
Sign up here to get new episodes of The Dose in your inbox.

23 min

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