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How We Are Handling COVID-19

Official Statement From PsyCare, Inc. To Patients

This is an incredible point in human history. The spotlight on mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic is appropriate, as we all struggle to cope with the added stress.

At PsyCare, we are doing all we can to make sure our services continue to be available during the crisis. We’ve worked diligently to implement our Telehealth program, so our clinicians are able to visit with patients through phone and video sessions. We’ve also updated our website and social media to reflect the changes and to make PsyCare more accessible.

Below you can find information on relevant company policies, Telehealth services, and resourceful tips on being kind to your mind in between sessions. Stay in touch on our social media channels, where you’ll find more mental health tips and company updates.

Contact any one of our seven PsyCare offices for more information and to schedule an appointment if you need. We hope you are doing well at this time, but if not, know that PsyCare is here for you, your family, and our community.

With warm regards,

Lorraine Kelly, MS, LPCC-S
CEO
PsyCare, Inc.

PsyCare Company Policies

PsyCare follows the mandates implemented by Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health in regard to policies, beginning with:

Telehealth Services

PsyCare clinicians, including mental health therapists, prescribers, case managers, and IFAST staff, are providing services by phone and secure online audio/video platforms. The intention of telehealth sessions is to protect the client and the clinician from COVID-19. Learn more here.

Be Kind to Your Mind During the COVID-19 Crisis

  1. Pause. Breathe. Notice how you feel.
  2. Take breaks from COVID-19 content.
  3. Make time to sleep and exercise.
  4. Reach out to friends and family, and stay connected.
  5. Seek help if overwhelmed or unsafe.
Follow PsyCare social media channels for updates and more mental health tips! Visit cdc.gov for additional ideas on coping with stress during the pandemic.