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Teletherapy for ADHD is Simplifying Pandemic Life (and Treatment)

Telehealth advantages may be even stronger for mental health treatment, perhaps due to better continuity and the comfort and convenience of being seen at home. According to Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D., a clinical specialist in child and adolescent counseling, teletherapy benefits her patients.

“There is evidence that cognitive-behavioral (CBT) teletherapy is just as effective as in-person therapy. For the treatment of depression, studies showed that CBT teletherapy was more effective than in-person therapy.”In any situation, a patient should have the opportunity to communicate with a provider who listens well and asks appropriate follow-up questions.

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