Telemental Health

A Strange New World

We're living in strange and troubling times with COVID-19 still causing many of us to fear for our well-being and the well-being of our family and friends while increasing global unrest exacerbates our negative thoughts and feelings. None of us have ever experienced anything like this before, and some are justifiably anxious about the future. We all want to be as safe as possible right now, which is why most of us are continuing to get vaccinated and many continue to work at home.

So Close, Yet So Far Away

Unfortunately, working from home prevents us from accessing the in-person benefits of our support systems, which means we may endure the challenges of everyday life and any anxiety or depression we feel even more isolated and alone. While online news sites and social media provide easy and efficient ways to stay connected and informed, constantly consuming heartbreaking news and bleak forecasts for the future can increase our distress and further compromise our mental health. 

Staying in touch with friends and family is more important than ever, but given the circumstances, you may understandably need more support than they’re able to provide. 

A Safer And More Convenient Alternative

Taking care of our mental health has become more important than ever. While COVID-19 may not pose as serious of a threat, many of us have grown accustomed to working from home. However, this doesn't mean you have to sacrafice getting the help you need now. While you may find meeting in person preferable, teletherapy is an excellent alternative to get the support you need from the safety and convenience of your home.

Stay Connected

If you decide teletherapy is a worthy option, contact me today for a free video consultation so we can explore if we're a good fit and discuss next steps. I provide an authentic, supportive and safe space to help you stay calm and grounded, and I combine evidence-based techniques with a practical approach to help you develop skills to increase your resilience,  and improve your ability to cope during these troublesome times.