Family Therapist Roseann Bennett Talks Benefits Of Telemedicine
Roseann Bennett is the co-founder of the mental health agency Center for Treatment Assessment located in Hackettstown, New Jersey and has dedicated her life and career to providing help to those that need it.
Ms. Bennett holds a master’s degree and an Ed.S. degree from Seton Hall University in marriage and family therapy. She has also obtained a post master’s certification in cognitive behavior therapy from the Reach Institute and has earned licensing as a marriage and family therapist.
Roseann Bennett has a real passion for the work that is performed at the Center for Treatment Assessment and was willing to dedicate several years of her life to make the project a success. She works hand in hand with partner Dr. Todd Bennett at helping both individuals and families gain access to needed mental health aid regardless of socioeconomic status or insurance benefits.
Roseanne Bennett recently used the Mental Health Awareness Week to address a new and growing trend of late in the field of mental health therapy: Telemedicine.
New technologies have made it possible for patients seeking help with mental health issues to access this help via platforms like email, text messaging and video conferencing. Read more about Roseann Bennett of Center for Assessment and Treatment: Q&A
Dr. Roseann Bennett explains that telemedicine is a low-cost and convenient way to dispense mental health care to patients that are overflowing with possibilities. She understands the difficulties that are placed on patients searching for qualified mental health practitioners while also balancing home, work, and children. Telemedicine also eliminates the wait time necessary for those in crisis to ‘see’ a doctor as many times a session can be scheduled within hours. Get More Information Here.
Bennett also knows that many patients have reasons for preferring to communicate with a therapist in the comfort of their own home.
Bennett and the Center for Treatment Assessment have taken these as well as other factors into consideration while crafting an organization designed to bring affordable mental health care to as many people as possible.