Despite the astounding success of online therapy, I recognise that some people who are local to me may prefer to have face-to-face counselling in the traditional way.
The current situation is that I am beginning to offer some face-to-face appointments in a limited number so that I can ventilate and sanitise adequately between sessions. I have moved my therapy room to a bigger space in the house so that we can sit more distant from one another and there are dedicated toilet facilities available.
If you are coming to see me in person, please note that there is plenty of parking in the driveway. However, there is no waiting room so I would ask that you arrive as close to your appointment time as possible in order to avoid potential contact with other clients. This is as much about confidentiality as it is to do with Covid!
Please also wear a mask when you come to your sessions. If you have forgotten yours, I can provide you with a disposable one. Please also use the antibacterial hand gel on entering the house. Please come wearing layers so that if it is cold outside, the open window doesn’t cause you to feel uncomfortable.
It is quite possible that once we have started working together face-to-face, Covid restrictions change which may mean either pausing your therapy for a while or switching to an online method of counselling.