These are trying and unprecedented times. Maintaining our mental health is as essential as maintaining our physical health. The uncertainty, fear, boredom, change in routine, and social isolation are bound to take a toll on our relationships and on our own individual well-being.
In an effort to play a constructive role in the health of all members of our community, through April 1, I will only be conducting sessions through phone or video. After April 1, face-to-face sessions will be limited to people who:
1) Have not traveled out of the country, on a cruise ship, or to affected geographic areas in the U.S. in the last 30 days
2) Have not tested positive or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19
3) Have not displayed symptoms or been in contact with anyone who has been having shortness of breath, chest pain, evidence of a fever, coughing, or sneezing within the last 14 days.
There will be a minimum of 15 minutes between sessions to sanitize the therapy room, so each client can be assured that they will have the benefit of the physical space and environmental cleanliness suggested to reduce any risk of contagion.
I am a certified TeleHealth clinician and have been practicing distance counseling and consultation for several years. All established and new clients will have the option for video or phone appointments.
Late cancellation fees will be waived through April 19. Please call if you have any questions or concerns