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  • CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) NOTICE: We are currently offering telehealth video sessions. New clients accepted. Click Here

    Telehealth Services

    Counseling Services Via

    Telehealth Video Sessions

    A Little Counseling, PLLC staff is rolling with the changes during this unprecedented time in order to ensure the continuity of mental health services for existing clients, while reaching new ones. By offering telehealth sessions to clients via our secure, HIPAA compliant video conferencing software, we aim to deliver the same great service digitally.

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    Telehealth Services by A Little Counseling

    Telehealth FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How does it work?

    For existing clients, we send you a link straight to your e-mail. Once you open the link, you will be taken to a page where you sign yourself in and join the session. Sessions can be done on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. It’s very easy. When the session concludes, you just exit out.

    Will my privacy be protected?

    Our telehealth video conferencing software is “secured with bank-level encryption, your calls are anonymous, and none of your information is stored.”

    Are telehealth services covered by insurance?

    Telehealth is covered by certain insurance plans. You can call your insurance company to find out if these services are covered with your specific plan. With everything going on with COVID-19, more plans are adding this to their list of covered services. So, if you’ve called previously and it wasn’t covered, you may want to try again to see if this was added.

    All self-pay clients at A Little Counseling are able to participate in telehealth video sessions at the same rate.

    Can kids participate in telehealth sessions too?

    Yes! Anyone 7 and older is eligible for this service. Parents with children under the age of 7 should call our office to determine if this service can benefit your child.

    If my child is going to participate in a video session what should I do?

    Before your scheduled appointment, first verify that your device has a working microphone (tablets and mobile phones usually come with a microphone).

    Click on the link in your e-mail, sign them in and wait until your counselor shows up on the screen. Once the therapist has entered the session, we kindly ask you to leave the room and close the door for confidentiality. Some children like to wear headphones during the session.

    Are you still able to provide play therapy through a video session?

    Yes! We ask that parents of younger children provide them with some crayons and a coloring book, toys they can fidget with or anything they would like to play with while talking. On our end, we will be creative to make it feel as close to an in office visit as possible. Again, please reach out to our staff regarding younger children to see if this service would be a good fit.

    Interested in setting up a video session for yourself or child? Give us a call and we’d be glad to answer any further questions you may have!

    Organizations & Memberships

    Our Affiliations

    We are devoted to bettering our company so we've established affiliations with industry partners. These organizations elevate our services by keeping us informed of new regulations and breakthroughs in our field.

    American Counseling Association
    Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling
    North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors
    Psychology Today - Verified Member

    Let's Break the Stigma, We All Have Issues

    Everyone Can Benefit from “A Little Counseling”

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

    A Little Counseling, PLLC takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat very seriously and we are committed to continuing services during Wake County's stay-at-home order. For the safety of our clients and staff we are only offering Telehealth services until further notice:

    Our staff would like to thank all of our clients and their families for trusting us with your mental health. We are doing our best to be available during this stressful time. Please check back to our website for further changes to this policy.

    Thank you- Bri-Ann Richter-Abitol