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The Coronavirus continues to present enormous challenges for all of us, and here at Union Square Practice we have modified our procedures so we can help throughout this crisis. One of the best methods for handling anxiety and the unknown is to focus on what can be controlled. Like you, we can’t control many aspects of the current situation but we can control the care we give and the method of delivering that care.
As the calendar approaches Labor Day and the end of summer, we are continuing our indefinite pause of all in-person appointments. All sessions will continue to be conducted remotely via video by using a HIPAA-compliant version of Zoom. Please click here for more information on using Zoom and other important procedural changes.
We understand that there remains a great deal of anxiety and uncertainty swirling around this current crisis and the gradual return to pre-Coronavirus routine. We also understand that having therapy remotely is a different kind of experience for many.
Our goal today, as it has always been, is to work with you to help you to navigate all the challenges life puts in your path, including the current one. Anxiety can be thought of as a reaction caused by the over-assessment of risk and the under-assessment of our ability to deal with it. We look forward to continuing to work with you as we realistically assess risk and take action together.