The COVID-19 pandemic can be stressful for everyone. Fear, anxiety, loss of employment coupled with economic hardship may seem overwhelming.
That is why it is important to understand that these feelings are normal and affect everyone differently. If you feel overwhelmed, unable to focus, restless, depressed, frustrated, isolated or filled with anxiety you should speak with a mental health professional.
We understand that you may not have mental health coverage due to a loss of employement. We don't want that to be an obstacle for you. Please contact us to find out more about how we can help you.
If you don't feel comfortable coming to the office to be seen we can arrange for telehealth services so that you can stay at home and feel safe. Please note that if you do come to the office you must wear a mask for everyones safety.
With the spread of misinformation regarding COVID-19 and its effects we have provided a link to the CDC's COVID-19 information below.
My staff and I wear masks and maintain safe distancing at all times.
Patients seen in office are required to wear masks of face coverings.
Office seating has been arranged for appropriate physical distancing.
Hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol is available for use in the office and waiting area.
We schedule appointments at specific intervals to mimimize the number of people in our waiting area. We ask all patients to wait in their vehicles or outside and to call 5 minutes before thier appointment time.
Credit card pads, pens, clip boards and other common items are thouroughly sanitzed after each use. Common areas are sanitized at the end of each day.
Tissues and trash bins are easily accessed. Trash is disposed of at the end of each day.
Physical contact is not permitted.