Secure Virtual Therapy Connect Platform

Mulitplatform Title Page for Client Demo w Play ButtonFeaturing the VTConnect App for Video Teleconferencing and Real-Time Chat

  • Multi-platform solution - PC and Mac available now with iOS and Android in Beta release!
  • Secure end to end encrypted communication that is HIPAA and HiTech compliant
  • Exceptionally high quality audio and video
  • Unique user interface that mimics the in-office experience


Therapist Credentials Explained

APRN - stands for Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and defines a level of nursing practice that utilizes extended and expanded skills, experience and knowledge in assessment, planning, implementation, diagnosis and evaluation of the care required

A.T.R. - Art Therapist

CCDC, NCAC, or MAC - all refer to Certified Chemical Dependency Counselors; MAC is a Master Addiction Counselor

CNS - stands for Clinical Nurse Specialists who are Advanced Practice nurses who hold a master’s or doctoral degree in a specialized area of nursing practice. A CNS’ scope of practice includes diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries and/or disabilities within his/her field of expertise

CEDS - Certified Eating Disorder Specialist from the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals

LCSW - designates Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LICSW - designates Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

LMHC - stands for Licensed Mental Health Counselor

LMFT and MFT
- stand for Marriage and Family Therapist; LMFT indicates licensure

LPC - stand for Licensed Professional Counselor

MA - refers to a Master's degree in Counseling or Psychology

MD (Psychiatrist)
- is a medical doctor specializing in mental health care. Psychiatrists can prescribe medication and some offer psychotherapy

PhD and PsyD
- designate doctorate degrees in clinical or counseling psychology

RD - Registered dietitian

Disclaimer:

Please be aware that Virtual Therapy Connect is not a crisis center, and if you are in need of immediate help please call your local crisis center, dial 911, or present to the nearest emergency room.  If you are having suicidal thoughts and live in the US you can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-784-2433.

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