Please contact the office to request an appointment: (302) 632-2204. Your call will be returned within 2 business days.
Please be prepared to provide your e-mail address. The practice uses a paperless intake system, and your information will be kept in a secured/encrypted web-based records management system. The practice requires that a credit card be kept on file for appointment fees and copays. If your insurance is not accepted by the practice, you will be responsible for paying for the full session fee up front. A billing statement will be provided after each appointment that you can use to seek reimbursement from your insurance company.
You can send and receive secure messages, view and print invoices or statements, and upload documents by visiting our secure Patient Portal. You will be given an invitation to join the portal when you schedule your first appointment.
The Atlantic Recovery Institute and Advocacy Center is a fully virtual psychology and consulting practice. Sessions are offered by secure video telehealth that patients can join from a computer with webcam, or by using an app with a smartphone. Sessions are also offered by telephone (audio only). The type of telehealth used will vary by person and treatment needs, as appropriate, and at the discretion of the doctor.
When needed, patients also have the option of communicating in the secure patient portal sending secured text messages. The practice uses an e-mail server that is HIPAA compliant for asynchronous messages.
Dr. Fritzges is physically located in Delaware. You may be a patient of the practice if you are a resident of a state where Dr. Fritzges is licensed; currently, this means Delaware and Arizona. Patients must be located in one of these two states during every telehealth appointment due to changes in telehealth laws. For training, consulting, coaching, or other non-clinical services, clients may be located anywhere in the world.