CHS Telehealth: Online counseling and psychiatry
Hope in the palm of your hand
We bring the right solutions to you, your children and your family at the right time.
Receive caring, confidential counseling without ever leaving your safe space. That’s right – you can receive help, support and guidance where you’re most comfortable.
With online counseling through CHS, you “meet” with your counselor right on your phone, computer or tablet.
It’s a new way of counseling … wherever you and your family are, we can be.
This new approach to counseling is convenient, confidential, secure and easy for you, your children and your family. Receive the care you need when you need it, no matter where you are.
Plus, if you’re struggling to find a counselor fluent in your native language, tele-counseling can help.
Call to schedule an appointment today.
How does it work?
Meet the counselors
CHS has more than 320 counselors serving children and families throughout Florida. Meet a few of our dedicated therapists here.
Why CHS telehealth?
Telehealth provides more opportunities for kids and teens to receive counseling in timely and convenient way. Learn more about the benefits here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions about telehealth? See our list of frequently asked questions to learn more.
Your next steps
If you think telehealth is right for you, your child, and/or your family, here are your next steps.
What participants are saying
“When I began telecounseling, I thought my counselor would give me advice about situations in my life. Little did I know sessions would be so much more. I learned how to manage the changes in my life and manifest a positive view for my future using positivity statements.” – D.R.
“I began using telehealth after attending a few in-person counseling sessions. By meeting with my counselor electronically, it removed the stress and worry about running late due to traffic. I love that I’m able to arrange my sessions at anytime, anywhere.” – P.N.
“I didn’t have the best upbringing or family life at home, so I thought my counselor would be judgmental and tell me things I already knew but had no control over. She ended up becoming a great mentor. I’m now out of high school, but keep my sessions. I’m not sure I’d be where I am today without the guidance and encouragement I received.” – O.C.