Telemedicine With Roseanne Bennett, LFMT



The article “Roseann Bennett, LFMT, Looks at the Future of Therapy: Is Telemedicine Taking Over?” can be read at The piece is an interview with Roseann Bennett, LFMT. It provides a history and background of her training and experience. The editorial also discusses the development of her practice the Center for Treatment and Assessment. Many of the questions covered showcase what telemedicine is and how the future of therapy is changing. It included when telemedicine was first used and its applications.


Part of the inquiries asked in the interview consisted of positives and negatives that patients will find when using this type of therapy. A few of the advantages of using telemedicine for therapy are a convenience, lower cost, and the access to a specialist. The negative aspects consist of the absence of secrecy, the amplified possibility of mistakes, and the lack of a patient-provider relationship that can be established in person. Another question that was examined was why patients should or should not use the service. The interview concluded with a summary of how Bennett views the outcome of the system.


Roseann Bennett, LFMT is the Co-founder and Executive Direct of the Center for Assessment and Treatment in Hackettstown, New Jersey. She specializes in marriage and family therapy with over 10 years of experience. Bennett received her education from the Seton Hall University where she earned both a Master of Arts in Psychological Studies and an Education Specialist degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. A post master’s certification was earned from the REACH Institute in the field of cognitive behavior therapy. Refer to This Article to learn more.


Roseann Bennett has also been certified as both a Clinical Trauma Professional and a Certified Child and Adolescent Trauma Professional. Her schooling and training have gained her the designation of LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist). Work experience showcases that she has held a position of In-Home Family Therapist for both Contextual Family Services during the years between 2007 through 2009 and Cambridge Behavioral Health from September 2008 to March 2010.



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