I am following Government guidelines and adhering to regulations in order to keep us both safe.
Face coverings are to be worn in communal areas, ie, entering and exiting the building.
Chairs, door handles, tables and any shared surfaces or furniture are cleaned down between each and every client, so you can be assured you’re walking into a clean and safe environment.
Hand sanitiser stations are available as you come into and leave the building, and also inside the counselling room.
I will open and close the doors we need to go through, thus lessening the need for you to touch any shared surfaces.
The counselling rooms at both of the locations where I practice are big enough for us to easily be 1 to 2 metres apart.
Face coverings are not expected to be worn during our sessions by either of us; however, if you’d like to wear one and would like me to as well, of course I’m happy to do so.
I’m keeping a close eye on Government guideline updates and will amend details on my website accordingly.