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Keeping up with Quarantine

Dana McNeil
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How are you keeping up with Quarantine?

Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kasia Gregorczyk from Fox 5 San Diego about the COVID-19 Quarantine. I want to thank Kasia and Fox for this amazing opportunity to share some advice for weathering this chaos!

Here are some highlights from the interview:

Quarantine is actually a really good opportunity for your relationship. You get a chance before you’re 25 years into this to see how this person handles stress. This is an opportunity to really build something strong and to ask those tough questions and get to know this person on a deeper level.

You need to have some structure, and you need to have something that you look forward to. We’re not going to be in this forever. If you fall completely out of routine during quarantine, it will be that much harder to engage in the world once things start to return to normal.

You might not be connecting. Maybe you haven’t been talking, there’s no date nights, there’s not really anything deep that’s happening. It’s possible you’ve just kind of been skating along, and I do worry about that. The last couple of weeks I’ve seen a big increase in clients calling looking for support.

No one wants their relationships to fail. During these unprecedented times, turning to a professional can really help. Here at The Relationship Place, we’re moving online with remote therapy. We can help you get through this. Schedule your consultation today!

Rest assured that we are still operational!  Although shelter-in-place requirements due to Covid-19 have necessitated closing our physical office, we are still able to offer tele-therapy services via video or phone.

 

We have successfully transitioned existing clients to a tele-therapy format and have found it beneficial in providing continued support to our clients. 

 

For new clients, we are currently offering a free 15-minute video or phone consultation.  For convenience, we are also offering 1/2 hour sessions in addition to our regular hourly sessions.

 

As this current crisis has caused concern for many people, we have been receiving several calls for consultation appointments.  Please contact us right away to schedule your consultation, as time slots are limited.

 

Please continue checking this notice.  We will be updating as circumstances change.

Shelter-in-place requirements due to COVID-19 have necessitated closing our physical office. However, we are still operational and able to offer teletherapy services via video or phone.

 

Our existing clients have found teletherapy very beneficial in receiving continued support.

As this current crisis has caused concern for many people, we have been receiving an increased number of calls for consultation appointments. Please contact us right away to schedule, as time slots are limited.

 

For new clients, we are currently offering a free 15-minute video or phone consultation.  For convenience, we are also offering 1/2 hour sessions in addition to our regular hourly sessions.

 

Please continue checking this notice. We will be updating as circumstances change.

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