In these uncertain times it is important to take precautions when we have the ability to do so. I decided to move my counseling practice to 100% telehealth/virtual sessions as of two weeks ago. Not only is social distancing the responsible thing to do, in the case of a pandemic it is also the ethical thing to dowhen the choice allows itself.
At Resilient Mind Counseling we want you to feel comfortable and safe and we take your health and well being seriously. We cannot possibly do person to person therapy right now with the risk of exposure and contamination so high. Patrick believes that flattening the curve is important and recognizes this change can feel uncomfortable, as most changes do. These changes are being implemented for your safety and the safety of our community as a whole.
What is telehealth and is it for me?
If you or someone you know would benefit from therapy, Resilient Mind Counseling is accepting new clients in the North Carolina area. We are in network with BCBS, Aetna, and accept private pay. During the coronavirus, we are offering a “pay what you can” sliding scale for people who have lost their jobs or are struggling with financial uncertainty.
I am offering free 15 minute telehealth consultations to allow you to determine whether or not telehealth feels comfortable
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