On June 5, Governor Whitmer issued new executive orders that allow for some businesses in Michigan to open up, including specific protocols necessary for outpatient healthcare. At this time, we feel the safest and most ethical response is to continue offering virtual therapy. We are monitoring the situation carefully, however, and are hopeful that we will be able to ethically and safely open our doors soon. We are actively engaged in planning to return to in-person sessions, and are doing so with the safety of all at the front of our minds.
We want to assure you that even though our offices are not yet open to in-person therapy, we are very much here and available to help with your mental health needs. Our qualified and experienced therapists find that clients engaged in virtual therapy are reporting it to be a helpful, effective therapeutic alternative to in-person counseling.
Please don’t hesitate to call or email to set up an appointment or schedule a brief phone call with a therapist. We are here to help.
Last week, Governor Whitmer extended our stay-at-home orders to the end of May. As all Michigan citizens adapt to maintaining life and livelihood within our continued restrictions, we at Beverly Hills Therapy Group want to assure you that we are here for your mental health.
You may be struggling with job, financial, or health uncertainties, burdened with concern for the older adults in your life, helping school-aged children cope with their classwork, or managing adult children back under your roof, as well as feeling helpless in the face of an unknown outcome. We want you to know that you’re not alone.
Our experienced therapists have shifted to providing compassionate, qualified care through virtual sessions, to help you cope with the unique uncertainties of your own personal situation. Clients who have maintained their therapeutic sessions are finding them to be a place of solace, strength, and positivity during a challenging week.
Please call or email to set up an appointment or schedule a brief phone call with a therapist. We are here to help.
It was our hope that we would be able to continue providing in-person therapy. In light of the growing need to practice the most rigorous social distancing, we have made the difficult decision to cease in-person sessions for the time being. Beginning Monday, March 23, we are moving to online sessions only. We have chosen a HIPAA compliant platform that is extremely user friendly. Sessions will be booked as usual. The schedulers and Robinn (our biller) will continue to be available by phone. Clients will continue to receive a reminder for upcoming appointments. Therapists will contact clients prior to the start of the session with either a text or email containing a link to their virtual waiting room. Clients need simply to click this link from a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer (with a webcam and speaker). Video or audio-only sessions are available.
Most insurances are covering virtual sessions – some are even eliminating the copay. Please verify with your insurance company, as we cannot guarantee how your individual coverage may be impacted. We continue to place our client’s therapeutic needs as our top priority and look forward to welcoming you to our