Group Therapy

How it Works

Learn more about the sign-up process.

Curious about how Today's Couch works, specifically the sign-up process?

How does it work?

  • Reach out to get connected with a licensed therapist.

  • Schedule a free, 15 minute consultation to see if a Today's Couch therapist is right for you.

How are therapists assigned?

     The following are considered in therapist assignment:

  • Location.

    • Clients located in the USA are assigned to clinicians who are licensed in the state the client is located in (per state law.) At this time Today's Couch can only provide services to clients located within the state of New York (NYS). If you are not located in NYS when the service is scheduled, we will not be able to provide the therapy service due to NYS law.

  • Specific specialties.

    • Clients are matched with clinicians who have training and experience in ​the areas they wish to address.

  • Scheduling accommodations.​

    • We strive to match your scheduling needs. Our therapists have varying availability, so someone on our team can see you during the daytime, evenings, and weekends.​

Who has access to my information?

     The Today's Couch Clinical Administration team is made up of fully licensed therapists, and trained support staff who care about maintaining your privacy. They review only the minimally necessary information under limited circumstances described below.

  • Early in the sign up process - to help match you to a therapist and confirm good-fit with the services provided.

  • For billing, scheduling, completion of forms, chart maintenance, appointment confirmation, bookkeeping, and other similar essential activities.

  • If clinically warranted. Therapists may seek supervision from another therapist on the team to learn how they can help you better (although your personal information would not be shared in this case) or to help you transition to another treatment or therapist if needed. Another example is to collaborate with another clinician within Today's Couch who is helping you with another treatment (ie your individual therapist might speak with your group therapist).

  • Upon client request. An example would be if a client would reach out to the Clinical Administration team to ask for a new therapist (whether permanently or if a therapist is on vacation), or if there are questions about how the subscription requirements are being met.