Why Continuity of Therapy is so Important and How a Multi-State Therapist can Help

In the realm of mental health, the significance of continuity of care in therapy cannot be overstated. The geographic and scheduling challenges that many or our clients face (work travel, family obligations) can only be overcome with a therapist that is licensed in multiple states. Why Continuity of Care Matters The consistent and uninterrupted delivery … Read more

Who can a Multi-State Licensed Therapist Help?

Advancements in technology and changes in licensing regulations have made it possible for therapists like Lisa Rogers to offer their services across state lines. This is an incredible opportunity for individuals and groups that wouldn’t otherwise have access to a trusted therapist. Multi-state licensed therapists are uniquely positioned to provide valuable assistance to a wide … Read more

Navigating the Complex Terrain of Adult Sibling Relationships: Why Can’t We all Just Get Along?

Adult sibling relationships are a unique blend of history, camaraderie, and complexity. While some adult siblings share unbreakable bonds, others find themselves grappling with various challenges that strain their relationship. As a therapist who works with adult siblings in a variety of contexts, these are the underlying factors that often lead to difficulties in relationships. … Read more

Teletherapy is a Fantastic Tool to Help Families Reconnect

Family dynamics are complex, and over time, relationships between families can become strained or distant emotionally and geographically. Adult children move away from their parents (and each other). New generations of children are born. Individuals change and have new life experiences. Perhaps your ability to connect, communicate and generally relate with your parents, adult children … Read more

Does Your Therapist Need to be in the Same State as You?

In general therapists must be licensed in the state where they practice. Each state has its own licensing requirements and regulations for mental health professionals. This means that, from a legal standpoint, therapists typically need to be licensed in the state that their clients reside when providing therapy services. But what does this mean for … Read more

Why Lisa Rogers chose to be a Multi-State Licensed Therapist

The short answer is…to better serve her patients! Obtaining a counseling license in multiple states can be complex and time-consuming, and not all therapists choose to pursue licensure in multiple states. However, Lisa Rogers believes that by providing opportunities for therapy across state lines she can better serve her clients and provide the therapy options … Read more

What is a Multi-state Licensed Therapist?

Looking for a therapist licensed in multiple states? Lisa Rogers is a licensed therapist for the following state: NY, NJ, TX, CA, FL, GA, IL, VT. Contact Lisa Rogers for more information. A mental health professional, like Lisa Rogers, that holds multiple state licenses is known as a multi-state licensed therapist. They are now able to serve … Read more

Why a Therapist is a Good Idea for Divorced Families

Divorce can be a difficult and emotional time for families, especially when children are involved and even more so if families are dispersed geographically. During this transition, a therapist can play a vital role in helping the family navigate the changes and challenges they may face. Consider a multi-state licensed therapist like Lisa Rogers if … Read more

How a Multi-State Licensed Therapist Can Help?

Looking for a therapist licensed in multiple states? Lisa Rogers is a licensed therapist for the following states: NY, NJ, TX, CA, FL, GA, IL, VT. Contact Lisa Rogers for more information. With the change of work at home policies, constant relocation of individuals, and families that are disbursed across state lines, finding a therapist … Read more

What is Telemental Health?

Before the pandemic, virtual counseling and health services weren’t as widely available as they became once things began to close down. We were suddenly in a world that relied on digital tools that helped us social distance while remaining connected. The closures and quarantines created a more widespread need for telemental health services, as the … Read more