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Telehealth Services

Our psychologists are licensed both in New Jersey and New York. We are also members of PSYPACT. This enables us to serve clients outside of our immediate geographic vicinity. 

Due to regulations established amid COVID-19, there is greater flexibility for interstate practice. 

Provisional, under COVID-19 Regulations

In addition, the Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) has been granted to Dr. Jordan Levy (APIT #10077) and Dr. Melissa Conway (APIT #10304) by the PSYPACT Commission.

 

This means they can also see clients located in the following states:

PSYPACT PARTICIPATING STATES (33 ENACTED, 28 EFFECTIVE)
Alabama - AL SB 102 (Enacted 3/18/2021)
Arizona - AZ HB 2503 (Enacted on 5/17/2016)
Arkansas - AR HB 1760 (Enacted 4/25/2021)
Colorado - CO HB 1017 (Enacted 4/12/2018)
Delaware - DE HB 172 (Enacted 6/27/2019)
District of Columbia - DC B 145 (Enacted 3/16/2021)
Georgia - GA HB 26 (Enacted 4/23/2019)
Illinois - IL HB 1853 (Enacted 8/22/2018)

Kansas - KS SB 170 (Enacted 5/17/2021)
Kentucky - KY HB 38 (Enacted 3/18/2021)
Maine - ME HB 631 (Enacted 6/22/2021)
Maryland - MD HB 970 (Enacted 5/18/2021)
Minnesota - MN SB 193 (Enacted 5/25/2021)
Missouri - MO HB 1719/MO SB 660 (Enacted 6/1/2018)
Nebraska - NE L 1034 (Enacted 4/23/2018)
Nevada - NV AB 429 (Enacted on 5/26/2017)
New Hampshire- NH SB 232 (Enacted 7/10/2019)
New Jersey - NJ A 4205/NJ S 2506 (Enacted 9/24/2021)
North Carolina - NC 361 (Enacted 7/1/2020)
Ohio - OH S 2 (Enacted 4/27/2021)
Oklahoma - OK HB 1057 (Enacted 4/29/2019)
Pennsylvania - PA SB 67 (Enacted 5/8/2020)
Tennessee - TN S 161 (Enacted 5/11/2021)
Texas - TX HB 1501 (Enacted 6/10/2019)
Utah - UT SB 106 (Enacted on 3/17/2017)
Virginia - VA SB 760 (Enacted 4/11/2020)
West Virginia - WV SB 668 (Enacted 4/21/2021)

Wisconsin - WI A 537 (Enacted 2/4/2022)

ENACTED, NOT YET EFFECTIVE 

Washington - WA H 1286 (Enacted 3/4/2022, Effective TBD)

Indiana - IN S 365 (Enacted 3/10/2022, Effective 7/1/2022)

Idaho - ID S 1305 (Enacted 3/23/2022, Effective 7/1/2022)

Connecticut - CT S 2 (Enacted 5/24/2022, Effective 10/1/2022)

*PSYPACT is an interstate compact which offers a voluntary expedited pathway for practice to qualified psychologists who wish to practice in multiple states. PSYPACT is designed to facilitate the practice of telepsychology and the temporary in-person, face-to-face practice of psychology across state boundaries. In order to practice telepsychology in PSYPACT states, psychologists licensed in PSYPACT states only, can apply to the PSYPACT Commission for an Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT). The PSYPACT Commission is the governing body of PSYPACT and is comprised of one representative from each PSYPACT state. More information regarding PSYPACT and its requirements can be found at www.psypact.org.