This article from Frontiers in Psychology explores in-depth the experiences and reflections of seven practicing therapists, on the impact of telehealth and remotely delivered physical therapy/physiotherapy (telePT) on the operationalization of relationship-based, family-centered methods into therapy. In response to the throttling of children’s therapy programs precipitated by COVID-19 shutdowns, interest in the use of telehealth has increased among service providers at both the clinical and administrative levels.
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