DETROIT – As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit in March, clinicians had to find ways to continue working with their patients while preventing the spread of the virus.
A number of clinicians now hold teletherapy sessions, meeting with their patients online from the comfort of their homes. Therapists like Dr. Reg Williams of the University of Michigan say the virtual alternative has been a useful resource amid the pandemic, and may even remain a popular choice once the threat of the virus is gone.
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