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Stress and Anxiety During the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has us all struggling with challenges to our health and the health of our families and our neighbors, as well as other challenges that include loss of income, changes in our normal routines and behavior and more. We are inundated with news about illness, death, consumer shortages, controversies related to the pandemic and so much more that cause us distress and anguish. These affect us behaviorally, physically, emotionally and intellectually.
During this period of time, the need for psychotherapy to deal with the present crisis has never been greater and at the same time the need to prevent infection to ourselves and others has made it more difficult to obtain necessary mental health services.
Since mid-March our psychotherapy offices have been closed for in-person counseling sessions. We have been conducting sessions through remote telehealth services and we anticipate that we will always continue to provide those types of services as an adjunct or alternative mode of counseling, depending on clients' needs or preferences and as permitted under applicable regulations and insurance plan provisions.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, DUE TO THE COVID-19, PANDEMIC KAREN STICKEL AND CHUCK KUHN WILL BE CONDUCTING TELEPHONIC OR REMOTE VIDEO SESSIONS ONLY!
We look forward to the opportunity to serve you, remotely from the comfort of your home.
Karen J Stickel, LCSW, BCD
Chuck Kuhn, LCSW, BCD