Get started today at Viso Health with three easy steps. First create your account, then choose and make an appointment with a coach or therapist, sign the consent forms and lastly, you will now be ready to video chat with your counselor. It's that simple.
Creating an account is easy. We don't ask you for any sensitive information other than your name, phone and address. We won't keep and store your credit card information. Once you have created your account you will be able to select counselors within your state.
Pick a therapist you like. You can choose a therapist by their practice specialty, insurance type, or hourly rate. Browse therapists profiles to learn more about them or see where they went to school. If available you may also watch a brief intro video.
Once you create your account and set your appointment the live video feature will appear automatically during your appointment time. There is nothing to download or install. However, for now, video is only supported on Chrome, Firefox & Opera browsers.
Welcome to the Viso Health community. Viso Health is a leading telehealth provider. We make it easier for patients to connect with mental health providers. Viso's telehealth improves access to care for people who live in remote areas or who, due to illness or mobility problems, canât leave home. Telehealth can also enhance psychological services by allowing psychologists to support clients between visits.
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In addition to private practice, Dr. Thompson is a Staff Associate Psychiatrist at UCLA. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and completed a post baccalaureate premedical studies program at Columbia University before continuing on to medical school at State University of New York, Downstate College of Medicine, in Brooklyn. Dr. Thompson completed two years of residency training as a general surgeon at the University of Southern California before electing to become a psychiatrist and completing psychiatry residency at UCLA.
At UCLA she received intensive training in psychopharmacological treatment and therapy modalities including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, and interpersonal therapy. She was the Chief Resident in the UCLA Women's Life Center, a widely acclaimed outpatient treatment clinic devoted to mental health care for peripartum and perimenopausal mood disorders.
Prior to her career in medicine, Kirsten was an Asset Management Associate at JPMorgan in New York. During that time, she undertook multiple volunteer positions which ultimately led to the path of becoming a physician.