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Online Therapy: The Future is Here………Now

The field of psychotherapy is evolving in some pretty dramatic ways. Access to care, social media, apps to track mood, blood pressure, nutrition, days of sobriety, and a vast number of other psychological and medical changes in delivery of services

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Internet Counseling: What is in it for me?

There is a movement happening all across the globe, it is TeleMental Health and TeleMedicine. This shift is changing the delivery of Mental Health services in a profound way. Why choose web-based counseling? Busy schedules, traffic, being readily available and

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Counseling by Computer

There is a major shift and movement occurring changing the ways mental health services are being delivered. The trend and shift is Telehealth or Telemedicine. Psychiatry, psychology, employee assistance, forensic evaluations and even medical consults are now occurring over the

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Counseling by Computer

There is a major shift and movement occurring changing the ways mental health services are being delivered. The trend and shift is Telehealth or Telemedicine. Psychiatry, psychology, employee assistance, forensic evaluations and even medical consults are now occurring over the

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Teletherapy

At Klaybor and Klaybor Psychotherapy Services, we can deliver a series of Teleheath programs and services to you. This may include weekly, online therapy via Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) platforms, information blogs, a series of content-based podcasts and videocasts, even

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So, What is Teletherapy? Is it for Me?

Borrowing from my friend Marina’s Blogsite, www.iwebu.blogspot.com is an overview of teletherapy. So what is it?According to Marina, “Quite simply the delivery of mental health services through secure video, phone, and web.” She goes on to say that teletherapy is

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.