COVID-19 Practice Response

UPDATE MONDAY 20th APRIL 9AM

I sincerely hope you are all safe and well and looking after each other in this difficult time of the COVID-19 virus.

As of the above date and time, I am still seeing clients face to face from the King Street premises. I am also delivering sessions by telehealth for anyone who requests this.

As of today, restrictions imposed by Department of Health on compulsory bulk billing have been lifted. This means I will be all charging clients the rates they were paying prior to COVID-19, unless otherwise negotiated .

FACE TO FACE SESSIONS

When attending face to face sessions, lease follow hygiene advice by washing hands regularly with soap and keeping 1.5 m from others.

Please enter the premises just prior to your appointment to minimise time in the waiting room. I will leave my door open so please come in if you arrive at the time of your appointment.

I will disinfect surfaces between clients and stay 1.5 m away from all clients. If I have any symptoms of cold or flu, I will cancel your appointment.

Please cancel your appointment if you are not well.

I will attempt to keep you updated as things change with email campaigns and on this website. Please email me with any questions.

TELEHEALTH (VIDEO OR PHONE) SESSIONS

The link to your video session will be sent on your email reminder. If you do not receive this, please check your junk mail or contact me if it does not arrive.

Before your appointment

Please make sure you have the latest version of one the following browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Microsoft Edge). If you do not have one of them, install one on your computer. You can test if you have the latest version by clicking here. please test your connection, sound and video by clicking here https://tools.coviu.com/precall/.

If you use Apple products, FaceTime meets privacy and security requirements so you can ask to use FaceTime instead of Coviu.

If you are feeling very anxious or worried about the COVID-19 this advice might be helpful.
  • COVID-19 coping
  • COVID-19 AND ANXIETY.


  • Stay strong and we will get through this difficult time together.