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INFORMATION ABOUT TELEHEALTH SERVICES (CLIENTS READ THIS)

At the Family Therapy Center (FTC) of Virginia Tech, we are committed to ensuring the safety of our clients, therapists, staff, and supervisors.  In light of the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we are currently providing telehealth therapy sessions to new and continuing FTC clients.

If you are a new client, prior to your first telehealth session, please review the FTC Telehealth Therapy Agreement and Notice of Privacy Practices.  Your therapist will also review these documents with you at the time of your first telehealth session, and will answer any of your questions.  Your therapist will also provide you with instructions for completing these documents and other initial paperwork.

For our continuing clients, if you are interested in receiving telehealth services from the Family Therapy Center of Virginia Tech, please also review our Telehealth Therapy Agreement. Your therapist will review this therapy agreement with you at the time of your telehealth session, and will answer any of your questions.

Please note that the Family Therapy Center is not an emergency service, hotline, or crisis center.  We cannot provide emergency support.  If you are in crisis or are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, such as uncontrollable feelings about hurting yourself or others, call 911, RAFT at (540) 961-8400, or go to your local hospital emergency room.

2020-04-24T20:34:20+00:00 March 23, 2020|Family Therapy Center, MFT@VT News|