How Jodie Hommer Counseling, PLLC is addressing concerns regarding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Feeling Sick or Have Family Members Who are Sick?
We are recommending that if you feel sick or have family members who are sick that you cancel your session or have an online session. We are making exceptions to the late cancel/no show policy at this time with a waiver (until further notice) due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
What should I do?
If you have a scheduled session and you feel sick (fever, cough, shortness of breath) and you think you may be unable to attend your scheduled session please contact Jodie Hommer Counseling, PLLC so we can discuss a potential waiver for a late cancel fee. You may be eligible to have an online counseling session in place of your in-person counseling session.
Concerned about Upcoming Counseling Sessions?
For those who have concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) impacting your counseling sessions - Jodie Hommer, MA, MHP, CCTP, LMHC, LMFT is a TBHI Certified Telebehavioral Health Practitioner who offers counseling online over a secure encrypted platform to adult individuals residing in Washington State. Several insurance carriers are now reimbursing for counseling that occurs online. We recommend you call your insurance carrier in advance to determine how this service is covered by your plan. You can email your provider at email@example.com or call 509-635-3061 with questions. There is a consent form to complete prior to having an online session.
Learn How to Have Online Counseling:
In order for you to join a Telebehavioral health session a unique URL must be provided to you. You do NOT have to download anything to securely join the Telebehavioral health sessions. You will be able to join from you phone, tablet, and computer. The Telebehavioral health session windows are fully responsive and will adapt to the screen size of your device.
Read more about online counseling and view a demonstration video
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