While virtual sessions continue to be safest in this time, they are not possible for everyone. Some clients may require in-person appointments.
For in-person sessions, please plan to follow these protocols:
While people are experiencing this global crisis differently, it's normal to feel a general increase of baseline stress. You might feel more irritable, tired, anxious, numb, protective, overwhelmed, unfocused and fearful.
When you add to this the fact we're all learning new ways of living and working, your expectations for productivity and performance in this time may need to change. Practicing compassion with yourself and others contributes directly to your sense of wellbeing.
Please see the curated resources below for additional support.
Dr. Sachiko Nagasawa’s Tolerance for Uncertainty: A COVID-19 Workbook
Una Lee’s article Care-based Approaches to Remote Work
University of Toronto's Vivek Goel's
COVIBOOK by Manuela Molina
Coronavirus: A book for children, by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson & Nia Roberts