COVID-19 – Updated Policy (as from July 15th)
As from July 15th I will once again be seeing clients face to face in my office. The main door to the building will be open from 10am – 3pm so face to face appointments will need to be conducted within these hours in order that clients can gain access to the building (video sessions can continue to be conducted outside of these hours). This will also limit the need to touch door handles and be in close proximity on the stairs.
Further steps in place to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus will be:
- You must not attend your appointment in person if you have any symptoms of COVID-19. We can revert to a video session if you are feeling well enough. If you are not feeling well enough I will waive my usual cancellation fee.
- The sofa will be pushed back against the wall to create greater distance.
- I will sterilise door handles in between all sessions.
- Hand sanitiser will be available for us both to use at the beginning and end of the session.
- Cleaning products are in situ in the toilets.
- I will air out the room in between sessions.
- It will not be necessary to wear a face mask. Both of us should follow guidelines of sneezing or coughing into our elbow or into a tissue to minimise the saturation of airborne particles.
- Plastic bags will be provided for you to place used tissues into. I would ask that you take them away with you rather than leaving them in the bin.
- The provision of face to face sessions may change if the rate of infection starts to increase.
- You can, of course, continue with video sessions if you wish.
I look forward to welcoming both old and new clients in person while keeping everyone as safe as possible.
My belief is that if a person has a problem, they also have the answer.
Supervision is a trusting relationship in which the therapist is able to reflect, receive support, maximise the effectiveness of their therapeutic relationships, monitor and safeguard the interests of their clients, maintain ethical standards and develop and grow as a therapist.