Find a
TELEHEALTH
THERAPIST

Powered by Santé Center for Healing

Find a
TELEHEALTH
THERAPIST

Powered by Santé Center for Healing

WHAT IS TELEHEALTH?

  • Telehealth is HIPAA-compliant video communications technology that allows you to see and speak with a therapist just as you would during an in-person session — all in real time.

WHO IS A TELEHEALTH THERAPIST?

  • Licensed Professional Counselors
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists

WHAT IS TELEHEALTH?

  • Telehealth is HIPAA-compliant video communications technology that allows you to see and speak with a therapist just as you would during an in-person session — all in real time.

Who is a telehealth therapist?

  • Licensed Professional Counselors
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists

We know we are in unprecedented and uncharted times due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are all affected worldwide. But unprecedented also applies to the increased need for, and access to, mental and behavioral healthcare. . . via your phone, tablet or desktop.

“Find a Telehealth Therapist” is a timely search function where individuals can quickly locate a telehealth provider within their state or region. It’s powered by Santé Center for Healing, who continues to live out a 24+ year legacy to helping people live healthier lives.

We know we are in unprecedented and uncharted times due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are all affected worldwide.

But unprecedented also applies to the increased need for, and access to, mental and behavioral healthcare. . . via your phone, tablet or desktop.

“I’m a Telehealth Therapist” is a timely search function where individuals can quickly locate a telehealth provider within their state or region. It’s powered by Santé Center for Healing, who continues to live out a 24+ year legacy to helping people live healthier lives.

Detailed Information

Brandon Peters, LPC

The “Brandon Peters Difference”

In my past work as a therapist for various counseling agencies and as a consumer in my own counseling, I’ve often found myself frustrated with the “corporate model” of therapy. Nearly all of my non private practice work has been with agencies, who despite their “nonprofit” moniker seemed to be all too consumed with bottom lines. Countless times in agency work, I was encouraged by supervisors to make CLINICAL decisions in a way that directly rendered them, FINANCIAL decisions. Paperwork was given priority over client care. I was once told by a supervisor that I could not “give that diagnosis because insurance won’t pay for it”. As a consumer, I’ve often found the process of simply scheduling my own therapy session to be a daunting task with mountains of paperwork and red tape to negotiate.

But we can do something about that…

The famous psychologist and father of client centered therapy, Carl Rogers encouraged us to remember that it is the therapeutic relationship that is the vehicle through which healing occurs.  If we are to fully follow this line of thought, I believe it is important to have less of a focus on policy and procedure and more of a focus on the here and now, human to human interactions between client and therapist. In our work, we’ll complete some brief paperwork in the initial session and that’s generally the end of it. My goal is to keep our counseling relationship as clean and simple and straightforward as possible. In order to accomplish this, in your work with me, you won’t find endless bureaucracy or stigmatizing and unnecessary diagnosis. There will be no pointless paperwork and homework sheets, no meddling from insurance companies or third parties, just straightforward, person to person work towards a common goal.

About Brandon Peters, LPC

I began my career in mental health approximately 16 years ago while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Arkansas. During my training I worked as a psychiatric technician at a treatment center for adolescent sex offenders in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In 2004, I relocated to Houston, Texas and obtained a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Houston. Since then, I have worked with clients in residential treatment, psychiatric hospitals, school based therapy, home based therapy, support groups and outpatient therapy.

Additionally, I have worked with children as young as 4, adolescents, and adults in areas such as individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, case management, play therapy and crisis intervention. In my private practice, I focus on individual, group and family therapy and couples counseling. Furthermore, I specialize in Existential Therapy and am developing specialties in Atheism Emergence Counseling and Minimalism Coaching.

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