Critical Considerations Before Contracting With a Teletherapy Vendor

As moyoung man sitting in chair smiling while having a teletherapy session via his laptopre college students experience anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions, colleges and universities are increasingly being called upon to provide access to timely, affordable resources and support. Teletherapy is a great option for colleges and universities that are struggling to keep up with the demand for therapy or simply want to give their students access to more flexible mental health care. Choosing an effective teletherapy platform comes with challenges to be aware of and plan for, of course, and yet there is little information to guide institutions when considering this important decision. 

Find practical guidance on offering teletherapy options to your students in this guide from JED Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Nance Roy, EdD, in collaboration with the American Council on Education.

The report covers:

  • Types of teletherapy
  • Benefits and drawbacks of teletherapy for college students 
  • Important considerations when evaluating teletherapy options

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