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office vs. online sessions

Undoubtedly, COVID-19 has expanded the accessibility of Teletherapy, 

allowing more people to receive mental health services through online platforms. I offer clients therapy sessions both in-person in my serene and spacious office, as well as online via the HIPAA compliant platform SimplePractice. There are benefits and considerations to weigh with each option. 

Office: Most clients agree that in-person sessions provide a greater sense of rapport, safety, and connection—creating a foundation for deep personal work and healing. EMDR Therapy, when conducted in the office setting, allows multiple methods of receiving bilateral stimulation and ensures privacy to enable comfort with uncharted vulnerability.

 

I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and will receive the Delta booster when it becomes available. Office sessions may be scheduled if you are also fully vaccinated and we each wear a secure mask that covers the nose and mouth. Office seating is positioned with a distance of more than eight feet between client and clinician. I sanitize office surfaces between appointments and hand sanitizer is available. The office building features a robust air circulation and filtration system.

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Online: Telehealth/Teletherapy sessions are the best option if you wish to take extra precautions against COVID-19 and the Delta variant. It is also convenient should you need to fit sessions into your lunch break, during inclement weather, or should my office be inconveniently located for you. Virtual EMDR therapy has proven to be successful for many of my clients. The drawbacks may include difficulty relaxing or being fully present, distractions during sessions, a reduction in your privacy, and potentially unreliable technology.

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