Telepsychology has been around for years. However, after the global pandemic, telepsychology became a primary way to practice. Rose Assessment & Therapy Center continues to offer both in-person and virtual appointments. Dr. Rose and Dr. Wurster are both licensed to practice telepsychology through The Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT). This means that they are licensed to provide telepsychology within 28 states.
How does it work? Rose Assessment & Therapy Center utilize a HIPAA compliant platform. Dr. Rose and/or Dr. Wurster will speak with you about the potential benefits and risks associated with telepsychology. If it's determined that telepsychology is an appropriate mode to receive services, you will be provided with instructions with how to connect with your psychologist.