As of now I am still seeing clients in-person at the office and am continuing with stringent disinfecting procedures and ensuring that very few people enter the office. I do have video and phone counseling available for anyone who feels more comfortable utilizing telehealth options. Again, I ask that anyone who has been sick within the past 2 weeks, or has been exposed to anyone sick, not come to the office and move to telehealth counseling. Also, children are no longer allowed to sit in the waiting room. Thank you for your understanding and as always I remain committed to supporting you.
COVID-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty and disruption. I am writing to say that I remain committed to supporting you during this time and as of right now my office hours have not changed. Fortunately, I am in a very low foot-traffic space, and please know that I am cleaning and disinfecting continually throughout the day. I do ask that anyone who is sick, or who has recently been in contact with someone sick, not come to the office and I am currently waiving any late cancellation fees. I am available to do sessions either by phone or video in the event that you either are sick or simply feel more comfortable moving to this modality. In addition, if childcare is an issue please know that children can sit in the waiting room as long as they are old enough to not require supervision during your session. Thank you and please continue to let me know how I can help you.
The kids are headed back to school and unfortunately that comes with increased stress for everyone. In order to better accommodate my teenage clients and their families, I’ve added some additional after-school hours to my schedule for the Fall. Please email or call to schedule an appointment.
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Please be aware that the parent presentation scheduled for 1/26/19 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.