Virtual Therapy

At NGPG Behavioral Health, our team of licensed clinical social workers offer evidence-based psychotherapy and treatment for a wide variety of mental health issues. We practice at several locations throughout northeast Georgia, offering in-person, phone and video visits, ensuring that you can access care conveniently if you are unable or would prefer not to come in to an office location.


How do virtual visits work?

Just like an in-person therapy session, you will have a set time to meet with your NGPG Behavioral Health Specialist. You can discuss with your therapist beforehand whether you would prefer a phone or a video visit, and determine the best regular schedule based on your individual treatment plan and needs.

Do I have afterhours access to my therapist?

Here are some 24/7 resources if you need to speak with a behavioral health professional urgently:

Georgia Crisis and Access Line: 1-800-715-4225
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

During the week throughout the duration of the pandemic, Behavioral Health therapists are offering complimentary phone support:

What technology do I need?

You will need a computer and Internet access, or a telephone.

How much does it cost?

NGPG Behavioral Health accepts most insurance, and many of these insurers cover virtual visits. Copays may apply, depending on your insurance plan. Please contact our office directly to discuss your insurance and the cost of in-person or virtual therapy.

Do I get to choose my therapist?

Yes! You can choose your therapist if you’d like, or you can fill out the form on this page to get in contact with our program director and get a recommendation on who might be best for your needs. Learn more about each of our providers here. If you would like a combination of both in-person and virtual visits, consider choosing an office location near you and connecting with a therapist there.

Request More Information

Please call any of our convenient locations directly for more information. A referral from a NGPG primary care provider is required.