Joel Friedman, PhD, Presents at OPEN MINDS September 7, 2017
September 2017 | On Wednesday, August 15, the clinical director of CFG, who is also uses Inpathy, will present during the session called Using Technology to Improve Consumer Engagement: A Look at Successful Models for Engagement. This session will feature “Getting Ahead of the Curve: Layering Home-Based Telehealth into an Existing Outpatient Mental Health Clinic” presented by Joel Freidman, PhD.
Olivia Boyce Speaks at MHA’s 2017 Conference June 16, 2017
June 2017 | Olivia Boyce, marketing and communications manager at InSight Telepsychiatry, spoke at the Mental Health America (MHA) 2017 Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C. She discussed the mental health landscape in Montana and then presented on an innovative telehealth program that the MHA of Montana Chapter is using to bring increased access to mental health care to this underserved state
Webinar: More Referral Options for EAPs with Telepsychiatry April 19, 2017
In today’s busy, on-demand world, more employers are offering online services to employees so that they can meet with a psychiatry or therapy provider remotely from home or another private space. Telepsychiatry is the application of telehealth specifically to psychiatry, mental and behavioral health services through online video calls and appointments. Learn more about this rapidly growing psychiatry and behavioral health post-program referral resource in an upcoming webinar designed especially for EAPs.
Inpathy Gets a Makeover March 18, 2017
February 20, 2017 | Inpathy has launched a new look for its website, http://www.Inpathy.com. Inpathy is dedicated to making it easy for people to get access to psychiatric, behavioral and mental health care through convenient, online video calls. As a unique form of care, Inpathy brings life-changing behavioral health care directly into people’s home or any other private place.
Telebehavioral Health Practice Launches in Delaware and New York August 21, 2016
September 2016 | Mental health providers, including psychiatrists are now available for assessment, therapy and medication management through a newly launched behavioral health practice in Delaware and New York called Inpathy. Inpathy is unique in that it operates entirely through telebehavioral health- a convenient, private and effective medium of care that is rapidly growing in popularity.