Note: The ASU Psychology Clinic is tentatively conducting in-person assessments. We are unable to do assessments via telehealth, however we are able to offer therapy via telehealth.
Exciting news! The Appalachian State University (ASU) Psychology Clinic is now offering telehealth treatment services. To be able to meet with people during this time, we recently added a telehealth psychotherapy option. For more information or to begin the process to initiate therapy services via telehealth, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
What services are available via telehealth?
Currently, only therapy services are available via telehealth.
What states are eligible?
Dr. Hersh can practice under PSYPACT, meaning that she is able to offer services via telehealth to potential clients across state lines. See a current list of available states.
What do I need to have to join an online appointment?
You will need a video camera/webcam, microphone, and headphones (recommended). You will also need a device (e.g., laptop, tablet, smartphone) capable of joining the online meeting (Zoom). We recommend a stable, secure internet connection (e.g., password protected, private Wi-Fi instead of publicly available connections) and a private space (e.g., bedroom, home office) for telehealth appointments.