Ansel Armstrong had just found a psychologist when COVID-19 turned the world upside down, forcing in-person care to go remote.
So video sessions replaced a 40-minute drive between Lawrence and Topeka.
“I love how much it frees up my schedule,” Armstrong said. It eased the process in other ways, too. “It’s like, you’re at home. I have my cat on my lap. I think it was a less stressful experience.”