Are you finding that you’re stuck at home because of a global pandemic?
Do you need support now, but can’t make it to an in-person appointment?
Are you a busy stay-at-home or working parent, and don’t have time to get to daytime appointments?
One thing that seems to be resonating with people in pandemic life is talking about mindfulness and how we can bring ourselves back to the present moment, when things feel really catastrophic and terrifying. In this moment, you are OK. We also talk about self-care and routine and the things you can do to send your body the signal that it’s safe. I’m a former health coach, so we talk about drugs and food and sleep and exercise as well. I keep people accountable for those things. I believe wholeheartedly in the power of exercise and meditation. They make you more resilient, which is exactly what we need right now. —Ann Farrar, 5 Therapists on What Counseling Is Like During a Pandemic, Man Repeller
Telehealth allows the facilitation of health-related services to patients via live video conferencing. I see patients through a secure videoconferencing program called Doxy. It’s easy, and HIPAA-compliant, unlike Zoom or Facetime.
Even in normal times, telehealth appointments are always an option.