It is hard enough to build a mental health career as a military spouse when you are constantly relocating. But when you move away from a state and practice you worked so hard to build, how to do you continue to provide care in that state without a brick and mortar location?
Telehealth is quickly becoming the new way to provide mental health care. Insurance companies still require a mailing address (or brick and mortar) to refer clients. So what do you do?
1. Purchasing virtual mailing/business addresses are expensive and not an actual business front.
2. Finding office space in a new location can feel like a huge commitment. Especially if you rent from someone who expects a long commitment.