Department of Psychiatry

Penn Behavioral Health

Convenient Telehealth Options

Telehealth Video Conference

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth is a way of offering mental health care appointments when you are not able to visit your therapist at the clinic. Shown to be equally as effective as in-person therapy, telehealth services are provided via computer or tablet and can be done in the privacy of your own home.


Who is eligible?

Veterans

Veterans of the United States Armed Services, including the National Guard and Reserves,  regardless of role while in uniform, discharge status, or combat experience, with a focus on Post-9/11 Veterans. Veterans must be located in Pennsylvania.

Military Family Members

Parents, siblings, spouses or partners, children, caretakers, and others located in Pennsylvania.


Easy Access

Telehealth may be a good option for you if you...

  • are unable to travel to the clinic due to far distance
  • do not have transportation
  • have limited availability due to your work schedule
  • cannot make it to the clinic for health reasons

How we work

What we treat

A variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, adjustment issues, anger, grief and loss, family issues, transition challenges, and relationship problems problems can be delivered through telehealth. All clients will complete an in-person intake to assess appropriateness for telehealth.

Consistent care

Our therapists and staff have been trained to work with veterans and their families while delivering telehealth. All appointments through telehealth follow our normal clinic guidelines and are confidential. 


Find out more

After completing an in-person assessment at the clinic, ask your provider if telehealth is right for you.

Contact Us: 844-573-3146

Call the Cohen Clinic at Penn to learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment. 


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