The impact of 2020 on our lives is as diverse as we are uniquely individual.
For most, life feels much different today than it was before March 2020. You can probably compare then to now and name some changes you want to continue in the future, but undoubtedly, you can identify things that are more difficult. Perhaps, trouble in a relationship has escalated. Or job stress has increased because of new demands on your time or a threat of unemployment. Maybe plans and goals are now on hold and you’ve lost motivation. Or you find your typically patient self has been replaced by an angry short-tempered self. Possibly your energy level has decreased, leaving you feeling “flat”. The inability to socialize with family and friends may have caused feelings of isolation and depression.
In the early days of this pandemic this office found our unique environment would easily accommodate sessions safely in person or through a secure Telehealth system. Shifts between both types as needed or preferred can be made based on your needs or changing situations.