March 26, 2020
Dear clients and those seeking therapy:
I want to assure you that I will continue to provide counseling services as scheduled. However, I have decided to take the highest precautions to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by converting my services to telehealth only. This means I will be conducting secure video appointments from my office. I feel confident that we can do good quality work together via telehealth sessions. Research shows that they can be just as effective as in-person appointments, and we can continue your care without interruption.
Current clients and those scheduled for intake sessions can expect an e-mail soon with all the details about switching to telehealth. If you are a new or returning client seeking an appointment, please feel free to schedule a video session through my Client Portal. Please note that the 24-hour cancelation policy will still apply.
I will post major announcements to my website as needed. Otherwise, you can expect to receive communication from me in the same ways as before. Policies regarding the use of various means of communication are outlined in the Outpatient Services Agreement.
Meanwhile, here are some resources for coping during this time: Coping Resources during the time of COVID-19.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Karen Muehl, Ph.D.
Coping Resources during the time of COVID-19
Mental Health Resources
- Seven crucial research findings that can help people deal with COVID-19
- Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe
- Five Ways to View Coverage of the Coronavirus
- Stress relief from laughter? It’s no joke
- COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
- LGBTQ Charlotte: What’s open, what’s closed, what’s online during COVID-19
- The Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Trans People Need to Know
- Equality NC Resource List
Working from Home
- How To Work From Home: Life Kit
- 5 Tips for Working from Home Amid COVID-19
- Psychologists’ advice for newly remote workers
Ways to Help