March has seen a radical change in the way that most of us work and for some this has meant loosing jobs, seeing hours cut back drastically or actually being part of a team of key workers who have to face head on the daily task of keeping essential work ongoing.
In a very short space of time our world has literally been turned up-side-down and it has required a total rethink on how we approach many services.
For me, protection of all my clients was essential and with regret I stopped working face to face on Friday 20th March 2020. Given the guidelines that emerged on the following Monday it seemed I had just preempted the inevitable and had started to put into place a new way of working.
During the Coronavirus period I am offering Counselling for Individuals and Couples via Zoom or Skype and can offer phone appointments for Individual work.
While I realise this may not suit everyone, it’s important for me to offer an alternative way of accessing services during this of time. In fact, it can give greater freedom to access therapy outside of your area of residence.
I do hope in the future to return to my therapy room to continue working with clients face to face, but with the view of this new way of working being included as an alternative.
Go well and stay safe.