Online Therapy North Dakota

Meet a North Dakota licensed therapist online through PlushCare's online therapy program today. Our trusted and highly trained therapists can provide support for depression, anxiety, stress, grief, life transitions, and loss. Meet with a North Dakota licensed therapist for $169 per session. Start your first therapy session today.

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Online therapy that fits into your schedule — on web or mobile from the privacy of your device

95% of therapy patients recommend PlushCare to friends or family

Save time and money while receiving high-quality online therapy care and support

See an online therapist in three simple steps

Step 1

Find your online therapist.

Browse our network of top therapists to find one that matches your needs.

Step 2

Book an online therapy appointment.

Get private and secure emotional support weekly from your dedicated therapist.

Step 3

Talk to your therapist online.

Visit with a licensed online therapist on your smartphone or computer.

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How Does Online Therapy Work in North Dakota?

North Dakota online therapy for depression and anxiety allows you to talk to a licensed therapist from the comfort of your home on the phone or through video chat. Online therapy sessions at PlushCare are 45 minutes long and completely secure. During a therapy session, your therapist will directly work with you to help improve your mental health and provide emotional support. At PlushCare, you can speak with a virtual North Dakota licensed therapist for $169 per session.

Meet Kimberly Nelson, North Dakota Licensed Therapist

Dr. Kimberly Nelson earned her M.S. in Psychology from Eastern Washington University and her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Northern Colorado. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor with 19 years of experience. Her clinical work is diverse working with a wide range of clients in community mental health and private practice.  

Dr. Nelson believes the therapeutic relationship is the foundation for any change and fosters respectful and collaborative relationships with her clients. Her approach is holistic, using mindfulness and your strengths to help you achieve your goals. Your concerns, experiences, personal history, and expertise will inform your work together. Kimberly’s goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, nurturing environment to position clients as the experts on where they are now, and where they want to go, so they can examine and challenge their concerns.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does Online Therapy Cost in North Dakota?

    North Dakota teletherapy with PlushCare costs $169 per session.

  • Can Therapy Be Done Online?

    Yes. Online therapy (or teletherapy) refers to psychotherapy or counseling services conducted virtually or online. During North Dakota teletherapy, a North Dakota licensed therapist or counselor conducts a session with you through the use of devices such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone through the Internet.

  • Is Online Therapy Legit?

    Yes. Online therapy is legal in North Dakota. See Center for Connected Health Policy for more information regarding North Dakota online counseling and therapy.

  • What Do Therapists Use For Online Therapy?

    Licensed North Dakota therapists can connect with their patients through established online therapy platforms. These platforms allow licensed therapists to conduct sessions with their patients securely online.  

    PlushCare is one of the top online therapy platforms.

  • What Do I Do If I Can’t Afford Therapy?

    It is always smart to shop around and look for a therapist that fits your budget. First, check if your insurance carrier covers therapy. In addition, also look for community mental health centers.  

    If the above options are not available to you, consider teletherapy. Teletherapy is generally more affordable than in-person therapy, and in most cases, just as effective. In addition, some insurance carriers cover teletherapy.

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