Doxy.me is a telehealth platform that allows mental health social workers to conduct online therapy sessions with their clients.
Online therapy can make life easier for mental health social workers in several ways:
Online therapy offers mental health social workers a range of benefits, including increased flexibility, improved accessibility, reduced costs, increased efficiency, and better collaboration, which can help make their work easier and more effective.
A telehealth platform for online therapy sessions.
To start using Doxy.me, a mental health social worker would need to create an account and set up their profile. Here are the basic steps:
Go to the Doxy.me website and sign up for an account. You will be asked to provide basic information, such as your name, email address, and professional credentials.
Once you have created your account, you will need to set up your profile. This includes adding information about your professional background, specialties, and availability. You can also upload a profile picture and create a custom URL for your virtual waiting room.
To schedule appointments with clients, you can use the Doxy.me calendar to select available times and send appointment invitations. Clients will receive a link to your virtual waiting room, where they can enter the session at the scheduled time.
During the session, you and your client will be able to see and hear each other through the Doxy.me platform. The platform offers high-quality video and audio, as well as the ability to share files and other resources. You can also use the platform’s secure messaging feature to communicate with your client outside of sessions.
After the session, you can use Doxy.me to document the session, including notes and any files that were shared during the session. The platform also allows you to create and manage client records, which can help you track progress and coordinate care with other members of the treatment team.