In view of rapidly changing circumstances due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the decision to transition our clinical services to telehealth in order to keep our community members safe. This will be effective as of Monday, March 23, 2020 and continue until advisories from the CDC and New York State indicate it is safe to resume face-to-face services. This decision was guided by our loyalty and commitment to the health and safety of our clients and the growing need to take appropriate preventative measures to assist in this unprecedented public health crisis. Telehealth services will be provided via Zoom, a HIPAA-compliant video-conferencing service. In order to receive telehealth services from Suffolk DBT, you will need an email account or capacity to receive a text message with Zoom Link. You will also need a computer, tablet or smart phone with access to WiFi and a quiet and confidential location. If you are a current client, your therapist will work with you on how to get started with Zoom. Before you meet with your provider via Zoom, you will need to review and sign the Telehealth Informed Consent below. If you have any questions, please reach out to our office Manager, Denise McDonald .
We are accepting new clients during this time.