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Wink Counseling Services PC.

Teletherapy or Telehealth

Wink Counseling Services PC is proud to offer Teletherapy or Telehealth counseling in Michigan. Unlike most other Telehealth programs, all of WCS’s therapists also practice in person – they all have office hours. This means you can do some of your sessions in person and some via video. Sessions can change week to week as long as you and your therapist can work out the details. If you opt for mainly teletherapy, you could set up a few individual sessions when you feel meeting in person would be more beneficial for you: for instance, a teen or child can meet with the therapist in person, while an out of town parent videos in for a family session. Talk to your therapist about how this might work. WCS’s offers therapy with most commercial insurances, however not all insurances cover teletherapy/telehealth. For those commercial insurances that do, we can provide services under your insurance. Some clients may choose teletherapy as their primary mode of treatment; Michigan law states teletherapy can only be provided by a therapist licensed in the State of Michigan, and the client must be a resident of Michigan. This means that students who have seen a counselor in-state can continue to see their same counselor while off at college as long as their primary residence remains in Michigan. Wink Counseling Services does ask that the initial intake be in-person at one of our offices with the therapist you choose to work with. It is important to determine that teletherapy is right for you, that you will have a safe environment to see your therapist, and that the therapist knows who to contact in case of an emergency. Confidentiality is important: WCS uses HIPAA-complaint to protect your privacy.

Specialities

Relationship Counseling Anxiety Depression Stress Lack of Confidence Low Self-Esteem Fear of intimacy Substance Abuse, Addiction Unhealthy Relationships Addictions to Food, Work, Gambline, Sex, etc. Addictive Behaviors and Unhealthy Relationships Underachievement Passivity and Agressiveness Sexual Problems Sexual Abuse Physical Abuse Mental Abuse Grief and Loss of a Loved One Career Problems Fears / Phobias Co-dependence Relationships Unhealthy Enabling Relationships Bi-Polar and other Disorders Pre-marital Counseling
© Wink Counseling Services PC.
Wink Counseling Services PC.

Teletherapy

or Telehealth

Wink Counseling Services PC is proud to offer Teletherapy or Telehealth counseling in Michigan. Unlike most other Telehealth programs, all of WCS’s therapists also practice in person – they all have office hours. This means you can do some of your sessions in person and some via video. Sessions can change week to week as long as you and your therapist can work out the details. If you opt for mainly teletherapy, you could set up a few individual sessions when you feel meeting in person would be more beneficial for you: for instance, a teen or child can meet with the therapist in person, while an out of town parent videos in for a family session. Talk to your therapist about how this might work. WCS’s offers therapy with most commercial insurances, however not all insurances cover teletherapy/telehealth. For those commercial insurances that do, we can provide services under your insurance. Some clients may choose teletherapy as their primary mode of treatment; Michigan law states teletherapy can only be provided by a therapist licensed in the State of Michigan, and the client must be a resident of Michigan. This means that students who have seen a counselor in-state can continue to see their same counselor while off at college as long as their primary residence remains in Michigan. Wink Counseling Services does ask that the initial intake be in- person at one of our offices with the therapist you choose to work with. It is important to determine that teletherapy is right for you, that you will have a safe environment to see your therapist, and that the therapist knows who to contact in case of an emergency. Confidentiality is important: WCS uses HIPAA- complaint to protect your privacy.

Specialities

Relationship Counseling Anxiety Depression Stress Lack of Confidence Low Self-Esteem Fear of intimacy Substance Abuse, Addiction Unhealthy Relationships Addictions to Food, Work, Gambline, Sex, etc. Addictive Behaviors and Unhealthy Relationships Underachievement Passivity and Agressiveness Sexual Problems Sexual Abuse Physical Abuse Mental Abuse Grief and Loss of a Loved One Career Problems Fears / Phobias Co-dependence Relationships Unhealthy Enabling Relationships Bi-Polar and other Disorders Pre-marital Counseling