COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

With the increasing news and concerns regarding the COVID-19 corona virus, Early Life wants to ensure our clients that we are monitoring the developing situation and have resources in place to provide you continued service. Teletherapy will be provided for all clients age 12 and older.  The following restrictions apply to all clients 11 and under: Children will engage in therapy individually while parents will be requested to remain in the lobby; Lobby will be provided for parents only, all siblings will be required to remain outside the building during session. These restrictions honor the requests to adhere to crowds of 10 or less. Early Life Psychology feels prepared to offer preventative measures to prevent clients from becoming sick, or be potentially exposed to persons in the office who are ill or unaware they are ill as we care about your health and the health and well being of others. Early Life Psychology uses HIPAA compliant Zoom as the provider of telemedicine and has provided the link on this email. We will continue to see all appointments as scheduled unless you are otherwise notified. This will be a temporary change as therapy is best when done in person.  Please contact Early Life Psychology if you have any questions.

 

Dear Early Life Family,

With the increasing news and concern regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, Early Life wants to ensure our clients that we are monitoring the developing situation and have resources in place to provide you continued service in any contingency situation. We have increased focus on our Telemedicine option and feel prepared to offer choices should clients or therapists become sick or are exposed to persons who are ill. Dr. Thompson is committed to continued testing for those who are not symptomatic for any illness, provided it is deemed safe for all parties involved.

The clinic will be disinfected daily as an attempt to prevent the spread of any illness.
We will continue to monitor the news and any reports or requirements from the CDC and local, state, and federal governments. Our focus, dedication, and support are unwavering as we navigate these unique times. We hope you and your loved ones remain safe and healthy.

Please discuss any questions or concerns you have with your therapist or if you wish to discuss options for appointments. We ask that you do not come into the office if you or anyone in your home is sick. We will arrange another time for your appointment. We must do everything in our power to keep our clients and therapists safe.

At this time, we are continuing regular services unless the CDC directs us.

Thank you,

Jennifer Zeuschner, CMHC
Clinical Director, C.O.O