School-Based TeleBehavioral Health FAQ
Get answers about School-Based TeleBehavioral Health by Children’s Health℠ Virtual Care
What is School-Based Telehealth?
School-Based TeleBehavioral Health allows your child to video chat with a licensed behavioral health therapist using a tablet – right from school.
How can I enroll my child?
- Speak with your school’s counselor
- Fill out consent form
- Participate in a phone assessment with your school district’s dedicated Behavioral Health Care Manager to determine services
What can it help manage?
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Adjustment disorders
- Attitude problems
- Behavioral difficulties
- Coping skills
- Expression of feelings
- Frustration tolerance
- Healthy relationships
- Improved social skills
- Sleep problems
- Social skills
What are the benefits of School-Based Telebehavioral Health?
- Get your child seen by a licensed behavioral health provider while at school
- Equip your student with new coping and stress management skills
- Help families change behaviors
- Develop skills that will stay with your child as they grow and mature
How does it work?
- If School-Based TeleBehavioral Health is the right program for your child, they can video chat with a licensed behavioral health provider right from school, using a tablet.
- Get action planning, psychological education and short-term counseling
- Utilize ongoing follow-up care management to assure treatment progress
How much does it cost?
- First four sessions are covered
- Additional sessions will be charged to your insurance
- Services that cost money will only be provided with written consent
Note: Your school counselor will notify Children's Health to contact you