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HIPAA Compliant Service Providers

Relationship has teamed up with
HIPAA-compliant services to provide telehealth.

What is the cost per session?

Per Session


Session Time


ZOOM for Telehealth Sessions

We use ZOOM for all telehealth session with easy client access from smartphone, laptop, tablet or desktop and features including filters, whiteboard, and more!

ZOOM Login

Create a ZOOM login at:

Mobile & Tablet Users

Download the ZOOM App and create a login to access the ZOOM meeting.

ZOOM Link via Email

  1. Meeting ID
  2. Passcode
  3. Direct Link – “Join Zoom Meeting”

    Payments & Billing

    Self-Pay Only

    At this time, we do not accept or bill insurance. Through the client portal, we accept the following for payment:
    All major credit, debit, FSA, and HSA cards.


    Good Faith Estimate

    The No Surprises Act went into effect on January 1, 2022. This requires clinicians to provide clients with a “Good Faith Estimate” of therapeutic treatment costs. It will be emailed to you after the first appointment.


    Through the client portal, you may download an insurance “Superbill.” You may then submit your own claim directly to your insurance company.

    Making an Appointment is Easy

    Need More Info?

    For step-by-step
    “Client Portal”
    instructions & screenshots,
    check out the section below.

    Ready to Make an Appointment?

    Click the green “Client Portal” button below
    to go directly to the client portal
    and schedule an appointment.

    Step-by-Step “Make an Appointment” Instructions

    Step 1: Select Service

    Screenshot of Step One Request Appointment in Client Portal

    Step 1: Select Service
    You are now in the Client Portal and this is the first screen you see after you click the green button, “Client Portal.”

    On this screen, you’ll select your service:

    • Individual Psychotherapy, 45-min session
    • Couple or Relationship Psychotherapy, 45-min session

    Click the green button “Select” to select your service and go to the next screen.

    Step 2: Select Location

    Screenshot of Step Two Select Office in Client Portal

    Step 2: Select Location

    On this screen, you’ll select the office. There’s only one office to select, the “Telehealth Office.”

    Click the green button “Select” to select the office and go to the next screen.

    Step 3: Select Date & Time

    Screenshot of Select Date & Time in Client Portal

    Step 3: Select Date & Time
    On this screen, you select the appointment that works best with your schedule.

    1. First, Click the day/date of the month to see available appointment times.
    2. Second, select the time on your right, Click the time you want to schedule and that will advance you to the next screen.


    Step 4: Select Client

    Screenshot Step Four Select Client in Client Portal

    Step 4: Select Client

    This screen allows you to select who the appointment is for:

    • Me
    • My Partner and Me

    Make your selection and then Click the green button, “Next,” to advance to the next screen in the client portal.


    Step 5: Your Information

    Request an Appointment in Client Portal

    Step 5: Your Information

    Click the green button “Request Appointment” and when your therapist confirms the appointment you’ll receive a notification via email.

    • Credit Card: 
      You must input a credit card to secure the appointment. You won’t be charged until the day of the appointment.
    • Email Address:
      Be sure to use a safe email address that is only seen by you (work emails can be seen by employers)  to receive reminders of appointments, client paperwork, and other information regarding your therapy services.
    • Phone Number:
      You will receive text reminders regarding appointments so be sure to include a number where you don’t mind receiving therapy-related information.

    Step 6: Thank You!

    Thank You Appointment Confirmation in Client Portal

    Step 6: Thank You! Appointment is scheduled

    Once you have scheduled your appointment this is the final screen you’ll see in the client portal.

    You will receive a confirmation, appointment reminders, and notices to fill out client paperwork through email.

    Through text you’ll also be sent appointment reminders.

    RULES for Telehealth

    1. No Driving

    While it’s tempting to make use of a long commute for a session, therapy may trigger emotional upset when challenging and difficult topics are explored. It is in the client’s best interest to focus on the therapeutic work without having to navigate distractions of traffic, lane changes, merging traffic, etc. Driving is not permitted during sessions.

    2. Current Address

    At the beginning of each and every session, the therapist will ask for  your current address and location. In the event of an emergency, such as an unexpected medical emergency, your therapist will need to contact emergency services with your correct location.

    3. Only In Georgia

    By law, clients must be located in the state the therapist is licensed in during the session. Currently, this is Georgia only.


    Please note that recording any part or whole of a session, taking screenshots, recording calls, or any type of recording or saving of the session is NOT ALLOWED. This is due to both legal and ethical issues.

    5. Secure & Confidential Environment

    Typically, when a client visits a therapist’s office, a therapist provides a soothing, safe environment for the session. For telehealth, clients will need to provide for themselves this soothing safe space that’s both quiet and confidential for the duration of the appointment. A few suggestions include a spare room, the closet, an office, a quiet back porch, or a parked car if it is safely located.

    6. No Substance Use

    The reason clients may not use substances such as a relaxing glass of wine during a session is because if speech is slurred and balance is off,  it is impossible for the therapist to determine via video whether the client is experiencing a medical emergency such as a stroke,  or a serious reaction to mental health medications, or intoxication. Emergency services will be called for a well-check if a client’s behavior is concerning to the therapist.

    7. Comfortable and Appropiate

    Clients do need to be appropriately dressed for the session. However, shoes are completely optional for both client and therapist.

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    Contact Info


    (770) 750-5638 (LMFT)


    Online Only
    Telehealth Practice
    Statewide in Georgia


    10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

    Make an Appointment

    Click the button for more information including
    step-by-step instructions to make an appointment.

    Client Portal

    Easy anytime scheduling
    with our client portal.