Is Online Therapy (Telehealth) Right For me?
Many clients find that online therapy is a preferred method of treatment for their needs. It is an exciting technological era, where therapists are happy to offer quality and privacy-secure treatment options in the comfort of the client’s own home!
Online therapy is useful for clients who struggle to leave the home (chronic health issues, rural location, new baby at home, social anxiety, unsafe driving conditions, etc).
Online therapy is useful for clients who may want to have family members or partners join sessions in a convenient way.
Online therapy allows clients to experience a level of comfort that they may not be able to find in the traditional office setting.
Meaghan Sherman, M.Ed, LMHC
Meaghan is a licensed Rhode Island therapist. She has worked in community mental health and substance abuse programs where she provided psychotherapy for individuals and families and ran therapy groups. Meaghan specializes in pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders and enjoys working with women, new moms, and adolescents experiencing a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, self esteem and personal growth, difficulty with life transitions, stress, new parenting issues, and decision making.
Meaghan offers online therapy on Tuesday mornings.
Virtual waiting room link - https://doxy.me/meaghanshermanlmhc
Meaghan accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Harvard Pilgrim, Cigna, Aetna, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island and Tufts Commercial insurance plans.
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2008
Master of Education in Mental Health Counseling, Bridgewater State University, 2013
Tania Patrizio, MSW, LICSW
(Joining the practice in February 2019!)
Tania was born and raised in Rhode Island before moving to California where she gained much of her clinical experience. She relocated back to Rhode Island in 2017 and is excited to offer online therapy to Rhode Island residents. Tania has worked extensively in the foster care and adoption systems, specializing in foster care adoptions, domestic infant adoptions, and caregiver adoptions. She has continuing experience with individual, family, and group therapy. Tania specializes in working with adolescents and has extensive experience working with families in crisis. She also enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults, as well as individuals, couples, and families who are struggling with anxiety, depression, family conflict, adjustment, trauma, and life transitions.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Salve Regina University, 1992
Master of Social Work, California State University, Long Beach, 2006