Telebehavioral health at Wheel
Providing convenient, equitable access to mental health services is more important than ever — and telehealth is leading the charge.
Join our team of teletherapists to expand your practice, earn additional income, and gain more freedom and balance in your career.
With Wheel, you get access to multiple telehealth companies providing mental health services with just one application, one credentialing effort, and one schedule.
See why therapists love Wheel...
How it works
Wheel is the simplest and most flexible way to access multiple telehealth companies with one platform. We empower psychotherapists like you to build your practice around your schedule and your life. Here, working in virtual care is easy.
A better way for therapists to work in telehealth
Advocating for you
We're seeking innovative behavioral health specialists
Wheel partners with a variety of companies who are paving the way forward in healthcare. Clinicians like you have the opportunity to work with one or more virtual care companies in need of these types of specialists.
What behavioral health professionals are saying
(clinician identities have been anonymized to protect their privacy)
Since the pandemic started, I was looking for ways to see more clients virtually without the hassle of committing to technology contracts and spending more marketing dollars in my practice. With Wheel, it’s a win-win for me.
I needed support growing my practice, so this was the right opportunity at the right time. I work with three different virtual care partners through Wheel, and enjoy the professional diversity.
Wheel gave me the opportunity to scale back my hours in the clinic and adapt my schedule to work better for my family. I’m a new mom, so it’s been tremendously beneficial.
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