- Insurance Accepted
- Affordable Payment Options
- Confidential & Secure
- Available Throughout Michigan & Illinois
What is Online Therapy?
Online therapy brings the comfort and care of a therapist's office directly to you by way of video chatting.Individuals of all ages with a reliable internet connection and camera-enabled device can gain access to quality mental healthcare with one of our licensed therapists.Give us a call today and find out how easy it is to get started.
Affordable Quality Care
Insurance will often cover the majority of your services.
We verify your insurance benefits and will provide you with a cost estimate prior to your first session.
Making Healthcare Easy and Affordable
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Most insurance covers online therapy, and if not, we have payment plans in place so that anyone who needs help is able to get it.
We are home to hundreds of licensed therapists with years of experience in applying evidence-based treatments in their specialty areas.
Up-front Cost Estimates
Costs and billing are completely transparent. We contact your insurance company and provide cost estimates prior to your first appointment.
Meet with a therapist from the comfort of your own home at a time that fits your schedule and avoid the stresses of travel.
Online therapy sessions take place on a secure server and can only be accessed by your therapist, so you never have to worry.
Easy to Use
To access a video session, you simply follow a link sent to you by your therapist. No additional software downloads are required.
What can we help you with?
Our online therapy services are offered for the following specialties:
- Marriage / Relationship
- Substance Abuse
- ADD / ADHD
- Eating Disorders
- Chronic Pain
Browse our Online Therapists
Jenna Khansa, MSCP, LLPLike most of us, I experience the joys, as well as struggles that come with being human. My role is…
Christina Harmon, LCSWMy name is Tina Harmon. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and Trauma-Informed Therapist, with 20 years of…
Diana Mousseau, LMSW, LCSWDiana Mousseau is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, that aims to give each client a safe and welcoming environment for…
Carter Comrie, PhD, LPDr. Carter Comrie is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LP). He completed his degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of…
Matthew Fazendin, LCSWAs a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I practice from a trauma-informed, humanistic approach that I adapt to meet each client's…
Melissa Brabandt LPC, NCCI am Melissa Brabandt, a Licensed Professional Counselor with over a decade of experience working with clients living with anxiety…
Online therapy brings all the benefits of an in-office counseling session to wherever is convenient for you.
At Great Lakes Psychology Group, we take pride in our ability to expand care with hundreds of therapists and multiple offices. With the addition of online therapy, we’re now able to serve individuals of all ages throughout Michigan and Illinois.
Have you considered therapy but can’t find the time? Do you live in a rural area without a nearby counseling office? Are you restricted to your living space due to medical or personal reasons? These are just a few scenarios where online therapy makes sense.
Years ago, if you were without a local mental health provider, you would have very few options for help. Even if you have access to mental healthcare locally, there are a myriad of other factors that can prevent seeking in-person psychotherapy, including physical or mental health limitations, lack of transportation, lack of childcare, time constraints, and so forth.
Thankfully, now these barriers to mental health counseling have started to diminish. With the technology available today, online psychotherapy can take place over the internet via video chat on your phone, computer, or tablet.
There’s no question that online therapy is more convenient, but is it as effective as in-person therapy?
In a study of adults seeking psychotherapy for depression at a mental health clinic, 30 participants received therapy treatment by telephone for 8 sessions. Sixty-nine percent reported they were very satisfied with the therapy.
Furthermore, they reported a significant reduction in their symptoms of depression, and 42% considered themselves to be fully recovered at the termination of their online therapy. Other studies have shown similar results.
Many clients have found online psychotherapy to be highly beneficial. In addition, unlike national online therapy services, we can match you with a local mental healthcare provider in or near the community in which you live, allowing for a stronger connection and the option to meet in-person.
If you have any questions for us or wish to make an appointment, call (800) 693-1916.