Throughout the country, people are trading in their therapist's couch for their living room couch and not by choice.
 Social distancing required by the fight against COVID-19 means the end of in-person counselling for many people.
Berkshire County's Brien Center moved all of its psychotherapists to a telehealth model last week, according to the agency's vice president of service operations.
It's not ideal, but it is better than the alternative.
Last week, the state directed that telehealth — consultations by phone or video conferencing platforms — be covered by health insurance in Massachusetts.
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