States in which I am licensed/registered to provide virtual therapy:
Due to changes brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, I am currently seeing non-fully-immunized clients via telehealth.
The benefits of telehealth also provide a unique opportunity for me to serve a wider area of clients, including those who would not be able to physically see me in my office. Such groups include minority communities, particularly the LGBTQ community, who may not have access to affirming psychotherapy in their area and for whom driving into Atlanta would be difficult (or too far away if you're a Floridian!)
Telehealth also serves as an option for clients who would be unable or have a hard time coming to a physical office space due to disability/chronic illness. This allows such clients to participate in therapy from the convenience of wherever they are located currently.
There are, of course, certain limitations to virtual therapy. Though research indicates that virtual therapy is at least as effective as in-person therapy, certain situations may prove less ideal for the virtual format. Overall, the great majority of my clients are able to access and benefit from virtual therapy just as well as in-person therapy.