telē/ˈTHerəpē/ (noun): therapy intended to relieve
or heal at a distance.
Synonyms: telesession, teleintervention, remote session,
remote intervention, remote therapy, virtual intervention,
virtual therapy, and virtual session.
Most of today's communication happens online and it
continues to be more prevalent and accessible in our
current society. As technology allows us to connect in
more exciting ways, the opportunity for therapy
becomes more readily available. Honu Intervention is
excited to offer a new innovative method of service
delivery to align with how we live today: teletherapy.
Teletherapy is an effective and collaborative way to
receive flexible and timely intervention in the comfort of your home, office, or during travel.
Honu Intervention's qualified therapists* will communicate with parents, guardians, or caretakers by modeling and describing strategies in real-time to administer. Therapists will provide immediate feedback on the administration and will teach parents, guardians, or caretakers how to carryover strategies outside of sessions.
Ethical rules for certified and licensed therapists require they protect your privacy. Honu Intervention's virtual sessions are conducted online using Google Meets using video and audio communication. Google Meets is Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-compliant and is approved by the Health Information Privacy for telehealth.
Experience the benefits for teletherapy. Contact us today.
*Therapists include but are not limited to Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst, Behavior Specialist, Speech and Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Registered Behavior Technician, Early Intervention Specialist, and tutor.