Updated 1/7/2022

Due to the high number of positive Omicron cases reported, we are providing most services online (Zoom). We hope that Omicron will pass through quickly. We will take this week by week, so be sure to check in with your provider for updates.

Use of telecommunications technology reduces the need for persons to come into close contact with each other or to be in areas where exposure to COVID-19 may occur. However, in some situations, teletherapy services may not be adequate, and in-person services may be more appropriate. The decision about whether to engage in in-person services is based on current conditions and guidelines, which may change based on consideration of health and safety issues. Such a decision will be made based on the health and safety of our clients, psychologists, and staff.

In order to provide you with in-person services, the following protocols must be followed by patients/clients and providers:

  • Reception seating is unavailable at this time; you will be asked to wait in your vehicle or outside the office until you receive a text, email, or phone call from office staff indicating that you can enter the office.
  • Patients/clients and providers will be required to wear face masks while in the office. If you do not have a face mask, one will be provided to you.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at the office entrance and must be used upon entering the office.
  • A no-touch thermometer will be used to take your temperature. If you have a temperature of 99 degrees or above, you will be sent home.
  • You will not present for in-person services if you have a fever, shortness of breath, coughing, or any other symptoms associated with COVID-19 or if you have been exposed to another person who is showing signs of infection or has confirmed COVID-19 within the past two weeks.
  • There will be no physical contact with others in the office; "social-distancing" requirements must be met, meaning that you must maintain a six-foot distance from others while in offices, waiting rooms, and other areas.
  • If you are bringing a child or other dependent in for services, you agree to ensure that both you and your child/dependent follow all of these protocols.
We remain committed to following state and federal guidelines and to adhering to prevailing professional healthcare standards to limit the transmission of COVID-19 in our offices. Despite our careful attention to sanitization, social distancing, and other protocols, there is still a chance that you will be exposed to COVID-19 in our office. If, at any point, you prefer to stop in-person services or to consider transitioning to remote services, please let your provider know.