My door remains very much open to all of my clients and any future enquiries. Ok to be fair the picture across is not actually my door, but that would have been a rubbish picture where is this one looks pretty!
At present I am still taking appointments for face to face consultations whilst taking advice from the Government authorities.
There has been an increased demand for online sessions and these will continue to go ahead throughout this uncertain time.
As a specialist in anxiety and stress, I feel it is my duty to remain open to assist anyone who feels that they are struggling with the current issues arising as a result of the coronavirus and to support those that have existing issues whereby recent events are seeing there symptoms exacerbated.
If you would like to find out more about how I can help you please do not hesitate to get in contact, 07800 939 574 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time we all need to keep a cool head and pull together. By doing so we will help those more vulnerable than ourselves within our community and by helping others gives us a sense of purpose and helps us feel less isolated and can ease our own difficult emotions that we may have.
My top tips.
- Wash your hands!
- Know that like all things this is a phase and it will pass.
- If you are in isolation take the time to tackle those jobs that you have been putting off.
- Take this time to reflect on what is important in your life, and how you could improve your life, make plans and set goals and work out how you are going to achieve these.
- When you go to the shops, leave your shopping list behind, there is plenty of food but if you go with a firm idea of a particular recipe in mind you may not be able to get the ingredients for that particular dish, but it doesn’t mean you have to go hungry.
- If you use social media seek out the positive stories, and be a detective when it comes to reading the negative ones. Statistics can show many a picture.