I know that many of us are worried about the Covid-19 virus. If we all follow the recommended guidelines, we will get through this together. Many health care providers are moving to a telehealth (virtual) platform as an alternative to face to face visits.

New clients (please click here to contact Dr. Lazarus)

Governor Polis issued a “safer-at-home” order effective until 6/1/2020. I have the ability to provide you with Telehealth (virtual) therapy. A computer with camera/ mic, Chromebook, work best, but a phone or iPad could work. If this option doesn’t work, I can see you in my office but would prefer telehealth if possible, to protect your family and mine. Telehealth appointments are a safe, confidential, and an effective alternative to our regular office visits until this crisis is behind us.  I would ask that if you are sick, please do not come in but consider a telehealth visit.

In office visits (Please contact Dr. Steve)

If you prefer to come into the office, rest assured that I am taking every precaution to keep my office clean and virus free. Feel free to come in for our appointments if you and your immediate family has not been sick for 14 days.  Please wear a mask for your visit.

Current clients: Scheduling telehealth is easy. Just click this link to go to the confidential telehealth “waiting room.” Then, at our scheduled appointment time, click on the link below for the telehealth “waiting room.” You will need a computer or smart phone with a good internet connection (just like skype or facetime).


How to use the Telehealth (virtual) portal

Dr. Steven Lazarus, Psy.D.