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NBI Telehealth Services

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We are presently increasing our telehealth psychological services due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Many of the patients and families we serve have expressed concern about how they can receive needed treatments and support during this challenging time. These services will also be extended to new patients, as appropriate, in order to respond to the needs of adults and children who are experiencing onset or increases in psychological distress at this time.

Via telehealth, NBI conducts Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Informed Skills Training, Executive Functioning Training and Nutritional Guidance. Groups as well as family and parenting programs are also available. For patients needing extra support at this challenging time, we often use many of the above interventions with the possibility of multiple sessions daily if necessary.

Our clinical staff is also able to provide support to families dealing with on-line education challenges that children with ADHD, ASD, OCD and related conditions often experience.

What is Telehealth?

Providing health services through the use of technology such as videoconferencing is known as telehealth. In many cases, telehealth may be applicable to psychotherapeutic services, including individual, parent and family therapy.

How Does it All Work?

It’s easy. Just call, email, or fill out our contact form here. Our helpful office staff is available to provide you with all the information you need to use teleconferencing effectively, as well as to answer all of your questions.

Who is Telehealth for?

Telehealth is used in the care of patients who cannot access office-based care for a variety of reasons including distance, injury, illness or public healthcare emergencies. It also may be utilized to support continuity or augmentation of ongoing therapy. The level of telehealth care services necessary is determined on a case-by case-basis and can vary from periodic check-ins to more intensive work.

Is Telehealth confidential?

The teleconference platforms used by NBI are HIPPA compliant so that your privacy and security are protected, unless otherwise authorized - because the COVID- 19 pandemic may overwhelm certain online platforms at times, patients may be given the option to consent to the utilization of alternatives such as Face Time or Skype.

Is Telehealth covered by insurance?

It is your responsibility to speak with your insurance provider about whether you will be reimbursed for teletherapy costs, and at what level, as with any other services provided by NBI. Our office is happy to provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company upon your request. We strongly encourage you to fully determine your coverage prior to receiving any teletherapy services so that you are fully informed regarding potential out-of-pocket costs.

Does NBI offer any other services related to COVID-19?

NBI is planning various workshops and other services to help individuals, parents and families manage stress and and promote well-being during the pandemic.

Inspirational Stories

  • “The excellent care I received at the hands of NBI’s skilled and experienced practitioners made a real difference.”

    M.T.

  • “NBI has changed my life and i am so grateful to Dr. Moritz, Dr. Bechor, Dr. Spielman, and the entire NBI team.”

    K.B.

  • “Went above and beyond for me and my family, and would not accept anything less than seeing me through to a healthy life.”

    E.S.

  • “My life changed for the better, plain and simple.”

    R.H

  • “I finally found doctors who understood me and my thoughts. I had felt so alone, helpless and scared. After meeting Dr Moritz I was at ease, she and the other doctors at NBI were all trained in the treatment of OCD.”

    M.L.

  • CogMed Working Memory Training
  • Association of Psychology Postdoctoral Internship Centers (APPIC
  • American Board of Professional Psychology
  • International OCD Foundation