We are excited to welcome our clients back into the office. For those who wish to attend in-person sessions we have implemented the following guidelines:
Only fully-vaccinated individuals are welcome to participate in-person at this time. Please bring your vaccination card with you for the first visit, or email/text a photo of the card to your therapist. If the client is under the age of 12 and not eligible for a vaccine, please wear a mask throughout the session, as will your therapist.
All therapists and clients are required to wear a mask in common spaces once they have entered the building. Exceptions for individuals in an office (not common spaces) can be made with the agreement of the treating therapist.
For those who opt to remain masked during session, we kindly ask that you keep your mask on throughout the session, only sipping water during the session is permitted
There is a sanitizing station inside the front door of the suite. All staff, clients and family members must sanitize hands upon each entry.
The reception space is currently open. Therapists will escort clients directly to the office from the reception area when it is time for the session to begin.
Accompanying parties of the client will be asked to wait outside of the suite.
Therapists will sanitize office space after each session.
Intuitive Counseling will run HEPA air filters throughout the suite to maximize safety.
If a client or ANY family member that resides in the home with the client are showing any one of the following symptoms: fever, coughing, shortness of breath, fatigue, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell,out of an abundance of caution the client will be asked to move to telehealth sessions for 7 days.
If a client is showing signs of any of the above symptoms while in session or shares information about close contact exposure, therapists will have the right to stop the session, and ask to reschedule to a telehealth appointment. Clients may be billed for that day’s session.
If the client or any family member who resides with a person who is currently positive for COVID-19 or has had close contact exposure as defined by the CDC with someone who is positive for COVID-19, they will be asked to move to telehealth until it has been determined via negative COVID test.
Clients, and family members who have taken a COVID-19 test and are awaiting results will be asked to move to telehealth sessions rather than in- person sessions until they receive a negative test result.
Current CDC guidelines on what is considered close contact can be found at: www.cdc.gov