What is “Teletherapy?”

Teletherapy refers to psychotherapy services that are provided online using secure video, phone, and chat sessions. There are many benefits to teletherapy, including increasing access to services, reducing the need for transportation, increasing privacy, and reducing stigma about therapy. If you have a reliable internet connection and a device with a camera (phone, tablet, laptop) you can access our services from the comfort of your home.

Telesana is an online psychotherapy practice founded by Amelia G. Slama in Cleveland, OH. Amelia provides safe and inclusive teletherapy services for folks who live in Ohio. She believes in empowering her clients as they heal from their experiences and learn to grow more confident in themselves.

Amelia is currently offering weekday appointments. You can call or text Amelia at 216-317-3323, email her at telesanaohio@outlook.com, or visit the “book appointment” tab above to learn more about getting started with services.

Telesana’s Core Values:

  • Therapy is a safe and non-judgmental space for healing.
  • Therapy is centered around the understanding of neurodiversity and acceptance, and how this impacts one’s experience with the world.
  • Therapy respects all of our identities (gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, ability, culture, religion, and more) and how these identities impact our experience with the world.
  • Therapy is individualized to each person and their unique needs.
  • Therapy is affordable and easily accessible for all people.
  • Therapy goes beyond our work in session, and also includes advocacy, justice, and community support.
Amelia Galier Louis

Amelia is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of Ohio. She also holds certification as a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Board Certified – Telemental Health Provider (BC-TMH).

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Crisis Support:

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