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Mental Health Update: Phone Therapy
Phone therapy can be a good option for people who find it too difficult to travel to a therapist's office because of where they live or a physical or mental condition that makes it hard for them to get around, says lead researcher David C. Mohr, PhD, a professor at Northwestern University.
The drawbacks: Face-to-face sessions may improve your connection with your therapist (she can pick up on nonverbal cues), and most insurance companies don't cover phone therapy. In-person treatment remains essential for people with severe mental health issues, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.
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