Live Online Behavioral & Mental Health Therapy for Schools
We partner with schools of all types and sizes to expand capacity to support students
Award-winning FERPA and HIPAA compliant teletherapy platform designed by clinicians for clinicians specifically to serve K-12 students with special needs
How It Works
From school or home, students log into live 1:1 or small group teletherapy sessions including behavior interventions, social-emotional evaluations and assessments, and direct services
Your Staff or Our Clinicians
Your school psychologists and LCSWs and/or PresenceLearning’s network of licensed clinicians deliver behavioral & mental health services remotely
Set up a demo to see how we can help your school provide live online therapy and assessments for students
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Our students with autism, who sometimes have difficulty connecting directly with people, are benefiting from—and participating more—with PresenceLearning.
Parents weren’t sure about teletherapy at first, but as soon as we started, the benefits were evident—and now they are so thankful!
I would recommend PresenceLearning to other schools in a heartbeat. I’d say, “Need help with related services? Drop everything and call PresenceLearning!
A Message from our CEO
“As schools urgently seek solutions to move services online, we want to make sure that students with special education needs are able to maintain therapy services. PresenceLearning clinicians can seamlessly transition their remote therapy sessions with students from school to home without disruption. But we saw that there wasn’t a good solution for school-based clinical teams to quickly transition their own onsite therapy to teletherapy. Over the past ten years we’ve developed a specific expertise in conducting teletherapy sessions for K-12 students and we have a purpose-built platform that is designed by and for clinicians. We realized that the best way we can help right now is to make our platform available more broadly, and to teach school-based clinicians how to approach teletherapy.”