The benefits of therapy by phone

September 25, 2008

Image: iStockphoto

Image: iStockphoto

For patients who have a hard time making regular visits to therapy, a phone call may be the solution

Most therapists schedule face-to-face meetings with their patients. But new data suggest that therapy by phone may be a better option for some patients.

It has long been a concern among therapists that nearly half of their patients quit after only a few sessions. As a result, a number of health care providers and employee-assistance programs now offer therapy services by phone. Link to  continue reading

Source: New York Times

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