The Virtual Office

The Virtual Office

Click Here

to enter the waiting room for the virtual office.

(https://doxy.me/mcbee)

Click Here

for more information on checking in as a patient.

There is no download required (although this is a free app that you can use if you would like to use it) and there is no extra cost to you.  Below is a list of things that will help you get the most our of your telehealth session.  The most important thing to know is that you can connect from any device, however if you connect through your computer (desktop or laptop), you need to use either the Google Chrome browser or the Firefox browser.  If you don’t already have one of these on your computer, they are fast and easy to install — just click on one of the browser name to download the free browser.

 
There are lots of do-it-yourself options for getting help from Doxy; click here for answers to common questions and to access how-to videos.  Doxy.me also has expert technical support, even one-on-one assistance if you need it – please let me know if you are interested in that kind of help.  If you run into an issue that you cannot solve,  please let me know as soon as possible before your session so we can make sure you are up and running in time for your appointment.

Click Here

to enter the waiting
room for the virtual office.

(https://doxy.me/mcbee)

Click Here

for more information on
checking in as a patient.

There is no download required (although this is a free app that you can use if you would like to use it) and there is no extra cost to you.  Below is a list of things that will help you get the most our of your telehealth session.  


The most important thing to know is that you can connect from any device, however if you connect through your computer (desktop or laptop), you need to use either the Google Chrome browser or the Firefox browser.  If you don’t already have one of these on your computer, they are fast and easy to install — just click on one of the browser name to download the free browser.

 
There are lots of do-it-yourself options for getting help from Doxy; click here for answers to common questions and access to how-to YouTube videos.  Know that Doxy.me has fantastic, expert technical support, they even offer one-on-one if assistance if you need it – please let me know if you are interested in that kind of help.  If you can’t solve your issue, please let me know as soon as possible before your session so we can make sure you are up and running in time for your appointment



Remember...

  • It's important to be on time, please provide at least 24-hours notice for cancellations and changes.
  • If you are connecting by your computer, please use the Firefox or Chrome browser.
  • Confidentiality applies - we have agreed not to record sessions.
  • Choose a quiet, private space for your session. Adjust the lighting and reduce background noise.
  • Turn off all apps and notifications on your computer or device.
  • If using your cell phone: Go to your phone settings and click on the "Do Not Disturb" option (incoming calls will shut off both your camera and microphone).
  • Have a secure internet connection. Try not to move too far from your Wifi hub and, if it is at all possible, use a computer that is directly connected to the internet (e.g., via an ethernet cable).
  • It is helpful to shut down other computer programs and to close any additional open tabs on your browser during our session.
Online psychologist for counseling and therapy, plus psychological testing.
Telehealth friendly browsers - long distance therapy and assessment.

Please note that the virtual office connection is private and secure.

All data is encrypted, your sessions are anonymous, and none of your information is stored.

Doxy.me adheres to HIPAA, PIPEDA, and GDPR data privacy requirements.

In March 2020, I moved my practice from my Carrollton office to a telehealth practice (a virtual office where services are provided by video conference) to minimize the risk of coronavirus transmission to my patients.   With ongoing health concerns for many in our population, I have decided to continue to provide all telehealth services through a secure, HIPAA-compliant portal and do not know if or when I will return to my office-based practice.  Please note that I am accepting new spinal cord simulator and bariatric pre-surgical evaluation patients; I am also happy to take new psychotherapy patients as the schedule permits.  Please email me from my contact page if you are interested in any of these services.  And stay well.