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Coronavirus Update: We all need support now more than ever

Coronavirus Update: We all need support now more than ever

We are here to support you more than ever – just a click of a mouse or a phone call away!

These are unprecedented and trying times for all of us with the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic presenting challenges to individuals, couples and families that none of us have faced before. The government advice to help suppress the coronavirus outbreak is to avoid social contact as much as possible by working from home and avoiding crowded places. Therefore, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our therapists and clients, we are moving all of our sessions online for the time being. We want to ensure that everyone is able to access therapy and there is as little disruption for our existing clients as possible.

Online therapy can be conducted via Zoom, Skype, or another similar video chat platform. Your therapist will be able to give you details about the options and will contact you via the agreed platform either at your usual appointment time or at another time that may be more convenient for you. All you need to do is to find a comfortable and private space in your home to attend. Our therapists will do the same and will ensure that you will not be overheard and your privacy is maintained.

If you are attending sessions with your partner and/or other family members and you do not live together, it is possible to attend the video calls from a separate location.

Overall, research suggests that online therapy can be just as effective as face-to-face therapy. Online sessions can be a slightly different experience with its pros and cons but our therapists will do their best to ensure that the transition goes as smoothly as possible for you. Some clients even prefer online therapy because they can attend from the comfort of their home and may not have to arrange childcare or make other arrangements to be able to attend. It can also help people who struggle with anxiety and feel too nervous to attend face-to-face.

During the outbreak, relationships may be tested more than usual and being confined without much social interaction can affect our mental health and well-being. It can be incredibly helpful to have a support from a therapist during this time. If you find that you are struggling and want to speak to someone, you can reach us either via phone or by leaving a message on our website.

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