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Professional online counseling is now available for clients from the comfort of your own home.

Particularly during the current COVID19 crisis, there is an unprecedented need for people to both remain socially distant from others and receive ongoing emotional support from others. In response to these competing demands, PAC is offering teletherapy sessions which can be accessed on your computer or smartphone.

What to expect from online counseling:

  • Teletherapy is just like in-person sessions, but are conducted through our secure, HIPAA compliant video service
  • These sessions, like traditional therapy, are conducted by licensed clinicians
  • Teletherapy is now covered by most major insurance plans
  • Sessions can be accessed on your internet browser or through a smartphone app, “Simple Practice”
  • Prior to your session, you will receive a link via email for your secure video meeting. Simply click this link to join the video with your therapist


Q: Is teletherapy covered by insurance?

A: Yes, teletherapy is covered by BCBS PPO, Aetna, Cigna and UBH.

Q: How do I schedule a teletherapy appointment?

You can easy book an appointment online or email our office,

Q: How does teletherapy work?

Teletherapy is just like an in-person session in terms of length of session, how it is conducted, and what is discussed. However, prior to your appointment time, clients will receive a link to securely access the video session.

Q: Is teletherapy confidential?

Our video service is fully secure and HIPAA compliant.
If you are looking for teletherapy in Chicago, please book an appointment online or send an email directly to our office,

Q: Do you have a sliding-scale fee available?

PAC is offering a number of lower-cost sessions for clients who are facing financial hardship due to the current crisis. Please email for more details.

Why Psychotherapy Associates of Chicago?

Whether a client is seen virtually or in-person, we continue to only offer therapy provided by licensed clinicians who have the experience and personalities to quickly connect with others. PAC never employs graduate interns or unlicensed therapists, so clinicians can know that they are receiving the best of care.