MediTely™ provides behavioral health services to adults age 18 and older, with a special focus on the older adult's unique needs and their family members. Our providers treat various conditions, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, anger, family conflict, relationship conflict, and life transitions.
MediTely services are not appropriate for patients who require more intensive services due to the following:
- If you are in an urgent crisis and need immediate care
- If you are experiencing thoughts of hurting yourself or others
- If you have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness requiring supervised psychiatric care
- You are court-ordered to treatment or require treatment as a condition of parole or discharge from a psychiatric center
MediTely™ Frequently Asked Questions
Telehealth, a term often used synonymously with telemedicine, describes healthcare services delivered through technology. Tele-video sessions allow patients to connect with their provider in real-time, the result being a visit that mirrors the experience you have at an in-person office visit, all from within the comfort and safety of your home.
Telehealth services can be delivered through a smartphone, computer, or tablet provided your device has access to a camera and microphone and is connected to the internet.
Many people come to counseling unsure of what to expect, which can create feelings of uncertainty. Your initial visit starts with one of our skilled clinicians in the counseling department. At the time of this visit, you will be asked questions about your family and social history, key events and milestones in your life, and reasons for seeking treatment. During this session, you can expect to work with your counselor to identify goals and map out a treatment plan. Your provider will spend time explaining to you the therapy process and answering any questions you may have.
People from all walks of life can benefit from counseling, whether actively struggling with a mental health concern or with hopes of working on a particular goal such as improving relationships, seeking greater success at work, or finding better ways to cope with stress.
Depression and anxiety are common reasons that people seek care and are quite prevalent in our society. With a focus on the older adult, we also work with patients working their way through life transitions such as retirement, caring for an aging parent, health concerns, and bereavement.
Family members are often an integral part of care when it comes to behavioral health. We offer family-focused services such as couples and family counseling sessions and fold family members into treatment when needed, such as during feedback sessions following a cognitive workup. If you seek services for an aging parent or spouse, we will work with you to help get your loved ones the care they need. Additionally, caregiver services, including individual therapy and caregiver support groups, are available.