Criteria for your appointment:
1. You are located in Pennsylvania.
2. You are in a room alone (or with a parent depending on your age).
3. You have access to internet or data.
4. You have access and ability to the use of camera and audio for the visit, most use their cell phones.
Directions for your appointment:
1. Click the button below to enter the waiting room.
2. Select your clinician’s name from the drop down list.
3. Enter the patient’s name.
4. One of the front office staff will contact you by chat feature if a payment is necessary.
5. An encrypted, secure window will come up for you to enter your credit card information.
We are attempting to limit face to face visits to limit possible exposure. We will be making some changes to standards at our office to minimize any risk and to continue to provide appropriate services.
Requirements to enter the building:
1. Please call or text the office to be checked in.
a. If you text, include your name. (504) 517-3312
b. To call- Hanover (717-632-8400); York (717-747-3659)
2. They will meet you at the door, take your temperature and ask you the questions listed below.
3. Face mask (covering nose and mouth), must be worn entire time in the building, by anyone 2 years of age or older.
4. Adults (18 years and older) must attend sessions alone. Minors (17 years and younger) may have one adult only attend with them.
5. We ask that you practice social distancing.
Things to note while in our building:
1. Waiting room chairs will be spaced further apart.
2. All nonessential items will be removed from the waiting room areas, including magazines, books, toys, etc.
3. Clinicians will wash their hands after each session.
4. All common areas will be disinfected frequently. It is possible you will see our team members wiping areas down throughout the day to remain proactive.
5. Our team members will not engage in handshaking when meeting clients or ending sessions.
We will be asking you a series of questions:
1. Do you have any of the following symptoms:
d. Difficulty breathing
e. Sore Throat
f. Muscle/body Aches
g. Vomiting or diarrhea
h. New loss of taste or smell
2. Have you had any contact with anyone with confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
3. Have you been outside of Pennsylvania in the last 14 days? If yes, we will go through the states listed on the restriction list supplied by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Please reach our virtual waiting room by clicking the button to the waiting room below.
The mission of Cognitive Health Solutions, LLC is to guide our patients along a path of optimal wellness for life, with an emphasis on cognitive, behavioral, and mental health. We deliver the highest possible level of care with empathy and understanding in a nonjudgmental manner. We continuously and relentlessly pursue excellence through providing and participating in continuing education opportunities, personal and team growth, and mastering of leading edge research and techniques within our field. We treat our patients and employees as individuals, and we strive to deliver care with first class, five star service. We respect our patients’ time and accept our patients as partners in their growth and wellness. We make all attempts to consistently deliver more than would reasonably be expected.
Cognitive Health Solutions, LLC (CHS) is a practice dedicated to promoting cognitive and behavioral health for children, adolescents, and adults. CHS continually strives to provide well-studied and evidenced-based intervention and evaluation approaches psychology, education, and mental health to consumers of our practice. Our assessment and evaluation services follow a neurocognitive process-oriented approach, which integrates quantitative test data, qualitative behavior observations, background information, and current research in psychology and neuroscience. Our intervention services use a cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) approach, which is a research-based psychotherapy that has been shown to be effective with a number of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, anger, etc. In addition to the clinical services, we offer professional trainings to psychologists, school psychologists, counselors, social workers, and other educational and mental health professionals. The goal of the continuing education component at CHS is to provide professionals the most current research-based information on intervention, assessment, and psychotherapy. To accomplish this, we offer free-standing continuing education programs on topics relevant to psychology, mental health, and education.