Because of the risks of covid-19, I have been working online (and sometimes by phone), since March 2020. This looks to continue throughout the winter of 2021.
In the meantime, I have undertaken a covid-19 risk assessment for my consulting room. This way, when we start meeting in-person for counselling again, both my clients and I can feel we are as safe as possible.
These are the covid-19 measures that will be put in place:
Client Suitability for In-Person Counselling
Some clients may not be suitable for in person counselling if:
The initial consultation will therefore be online (or by phone) so this risk can be discussed before we meet in-person. If a client isn’t suitable for in-person work at that time, we can continue counselling online until the situation changes.
General Risk Mitigation Measures
Between Clients/Before The First Client
I will keep you updated on this page as things change. In the meantime, if you are thinking of starting counselling/psychotherapy, we can always meet online (or by phone if you prefer). Just drop me an email or phone me to arrange an initial consultation. As things get safer, we can then think about transitioning to in-person work.