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**In accordance with state licensing laws, you must currently reside in Tennessee to be eligible for telehealth counseling sessions from Insight Counseling Centers.

Online therapy, also known as telehealth, can be a great option if you have transportation issues, unique scheduling concerns, or if you haven’t found a counselor nearby who meets your needs.

What is telehealth? Telehealth allows you to speak to a therapist in your home through a video conferencing application on your computer or mobile device. At Insight, we connect with clients through the popular app, Zoom.

Secure

Your therapist connects with you from a secure device in a private location, just like they do for in-person therapy sessions. Telehealth through Zoom is HIPAA compliant, with data in motion encrypted at the application layer using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).

Convenient

Although Insight has eight office locations throughout Middle Tennessee, traveling to one of our offices isn’t feasible for everyone. If you can’t fit a traditional face-to-face therapy appointment into your schedule, or you haven’t found a therapist who works in your community, you can still meet with a professionally trained therapist who lives and works in Tennessee, who understands Tennessee’s social climate and can connect you to local community resources when needed.

Affordable

Financial assistance is available through our income-based fee scale, and anyone may apply. We accept insurance on a limited basis. Contact us to learn more.

Professional

All therapists at Insight Counseling Centers are licensed by the state of Tennessee or are under supervision for licensure.

Effective

Research studies indicate that telehealth is equivalent to face-to-face care in various settings. Some people meet with their counselor through telehealth long term and others find that telehealth is a great first step. Your counselor can help you decide if in-person sessions would be beneficial for you at any point.

Telehealth for Your Mental Health Webinar

Insight Counselor, Amanda Gibson, answers questions about telehealth counseling sessions.

Get Started

Call 615-383-2115 x100 or contact us here. When you contact us, one of our trained Intake Practitioners will guide you through the process of scheduling with a counselor who meets your needs.

Meet Our Counselors

Tamara Hughes - Insight Counseling Centers

Tamara Hughes

Women's issues
Anxiety
Children
Courtney Wilson - Insight Counseling Centers

Courtney Wilson

Burnout
Neurodivergence/Autism
Spiritual abuse/religious trauma
Joanna Michael - Insight Counseling Centers

Joanna Michael

Anxiety/depression
Trauma
TCK care
Richard Gutierrez - Insight Counseling Centers

Richard Gutierrez

Isolation
Depression
Life transitions
Dylan Melgar - Insight Counseling Centers

Dylan Melgar

Stress
Self-image issues
Spiritual issues
Haley Abee - Insight Counseling Centers

Haley Abee

Anxiety
Trauma
Life transitions
LeNair Sparks - Insight Counseling Centers

LeNair Sparks

Trauma
Relationship/Family Issues
Stress/Anxiety
Joshua Medeiros - Insight Counseling Centers

Joshua Medeiros

Post-traumatic stress
Relationship issues
Mood-spectrum disorders
Rebeca Molina - Insight Counseling Centers

Rebeca Molina

Anxiety
Trauma
Depression

Hailley White

Self-image issues
Spiritual issues
Relationship issues
Amanda Gibson - Insight Counseling Centers

Amanda Gibson

Gender & sexuality issues
Eating Disorders
Self-image issues
Monét Shell - Insight Counseling Centers

Monét Shell

Relationship conflict
Anxiety & depression
Self-worth/identity alignment
James Owens - Insight Counseling Centers

James G. Owens

Anxiety
Relationship conflict
Self-worth
Barbara Tamkin - Insight Counseling Centers

Barbara Tamkin

Life transitions
Anxiety & panic
Depression
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