Welcome solo and group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Roy Huggins, your co-hosts of Person Centered Tech.

On today’s episode, (our first interview!) we’re chatting with Beth Sertell, the owner of Holistic Consultation in Columbus, Ohio. We’ve been talking a lot about Telemental Health recently (if you missed it, check out episodes 105 + 106), so today we’re talking about what Telemental Health looks like in practice in the real world!

Beth completed our Group Certified Practice Program for Telemental Health, and she’s a total rockstar. We chat with Beth to see how she implemented this program in her practice, the lessons she’s learned during the process, and intentional business ownership.

As we’ve mentioned before, Telemental Health is an Opportunity Zone, and we’re taking a look at the opportunities this can open up in a group practice. This episode is PACKED full of tips – if you’re curious about offering telemental health, bookmark this episode! Beth has so much wisdom to share, like the reasons she decided to go with telemental health, the considerations she took into account, the research she gathered, how she rolled out the program with her staff, the benefits of offering telemental health to the practice, how she has informed clients of this new offering, the transition to online sessions with clients, how this works with insurance, and the specific programs she uses to make this offering work.

As always, we look at how technology and telemental health, in particular, can help you expand your group practice, meet the needs of your clients, and help you run your business smoothly.

Stay tuned for future episodes!


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