A Memo To All My Current & Future Clients:
At this current time, and with mental health being among “essential services,” I will be conducting business as usual with some modifications.
In an effort to maintain the proper social distance, I will be scheduling appointments in such a way to prevent any overlap in the office. To that end, please wait in your car until your scheduled appointment time.
We will refrain from handshakes and hugs for the next few weeks, as well. I will be going to great lengths to clean common surfaces around the office for everyone’s safety. Aside from that, our goal is to not let the current situation interrupt the service and care you expect from our work together!
If you are uncomfortable coming to the office, we can schedule a phone session for individual sessions and meet via video conferencing for couples, if you prefer. You may also cancel or reschedule with no penalty, but PLEASE notify me, 24-hrs ahead of your scheduled appointment.
Based on what State and local healthcare officials are advising:
If you have (1) recently traveled to areas where there have been ongoing outbreaks of Coronavirus-19 and develop a fever, cough, shortness of breath or gastrointestinal issues within 16 day’s of travel; or (2) if you have had contact with someone who is suspected or has been diagnosed with Coronavirus-19, please stay home.
(3) If you are experiencing difficulty breathing or have had a high fever in the last 5-7 days, please do not come to the office. We can reschedule your appointment once your symptoms have abated.
The basis of this announcement is rooted primarily in common sense, partially a courtesy to me and others, but most importantly, this announcement lines up with the current public safety protocols, given the recent escalation in Coronavirus-19 diagnoses, nationally and in the State of Georgia.
If you are healthy—I am looking forward to seeing you!