Online Therapy South Dakota

Meet a South 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 South Dakota licensed therapist for $169 per session.

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

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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 in South Dakota Work?

South Dakota online counseling and therapy services allow you to talk to a licensed therapist from the comfort of your home on the phone or through video chat. Through PlushCare's online therapy program, you will find the convenience of searching for a suitable South Dakota licensed therapist and scheduling an appointment all in one spot. Each online therapy session at PlushCare is 45 minutes long, confidential, and secure.

Meet Andrew Brandt, South Dakota Licensed Therapist

Andrew Brandt is an empathetic and warm Licensed Professional Counselor. He earned Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Cardinal Stritch University. He has been a licensed clinician in the state of Texas since 2016.  

Andrew has extensive experience in working with children and adolescents of all ages as well as adults. He is also experienced in working with families and couples. He utilizes CBT coupled with DBT techniques in order to help clients understand and work through a wide range of issues. Andrew is passionate about helping people to understand that mental illness does not mean that an individual is “broken,” and that with hard work, they can live a happier, more fulfilled life. He places immense value in the power of the individual and strives to help clients recognize their strength and value.

Meet Jennifer Koning, South Dakota Licensed Therapist

Jenny holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carroll College and a Masters in Social Work from Portland State University. She has been a licensed clinical social worker for seven years, working with various clients, including children, couples, and individuals.  

Her passion lies in working with women and mothers. Motherhood presents its unique challenges and struggles, and she aims to provide a safe place to process this journey and find a way to navigate its many highs and lows intentionally. Jenny is a member of Postpartum International and has several advanced trainings in perinatal mental health.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does Online Therapy Cost in South Dakota?

    South Dakota teletherapy with PlushCare costs $169 per session.

  • Can Therapy Be Done Online?

    Yes. Therapy conducted online is also known as online therapy (or teletherapy). Similar to a private in-person session, a South Dakota licensed therapist or counselor interacts with the patient through the use of devices such as a computer or smartphone.

  • What Do Therapists Use For Online Therapy?

    Since the pandemic, more therapists are connecting with their patients through established online therapy platforms such as PlushCare. These platforms are set up with functionalities such as live chats, video conferencing, and messaging. They allow licensed South Dakota therapists to conduct sessions with their patients securely online.

  • Is In-Person Therapy Better Than Online Therapy?

    It depends. In most cases, patients find teletherapy to be as effective as in-person sessions for a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety and depression. In addition, online therapy has benefits such as helping you save time, save money, and remain COVID-19 safe.  

    However, online therapy is not for those with serious mental health conditions who need to meet with a mental health professional in person. Online therapy may not be a good fit for those without access to reliable internet access or supporting technology.

  • What If I Can’t Afford Therapy?

    It is always wise to do some research and shop around for therapy that fits your budget before you start your therapy journey. Always check if your insurance carrier covers therapy. Other affordable options to consider are community mental health centers and online therapy apps. Online therapy may be a more affordable option than in-person therapy.

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