South Devon Couples Therapy and Covid-19
Covid-19 is forcing you to spend more time at home with your family.
Which is fine for some.
But if you’re like most people you’re likely to start rubbing each other up the wrong way after a little while.
If your relationship with your partner is in crisis right now, added closeness is likely to put added pressure on an already strained partnership.
Now, more than ever, there’s an increased demand for relationship therapy.
Which can be a problem.
Well, with all the restrictions imposed, meeting face to face can be challenging (though at the time of writing, I am still able to offer face to face couples therapy at The Manor in Dawlish).
But there is a solution:
Online therapy via Video conferencing.
You know, Skype or Zoom that kind of thing.
Whilst it may not be practical for you to meet face-to-face and in the flesh…
…We can still meet virtually.
Thanks to free programs like Zoom we can still connect and I can still help you to work on your relationship difficulties.
All from the comfort and safety of your own home.
And it gets even better.
Well, because I don’t have to do things like:
- Pay for venue hire
- Pay for travel
- Pay for petrol
- Pay for parking
And so on.
My overheads are lower.
And whilst the rest of my colleagues are continuing to charge ‘in the flesh’ fees for ‘virtual’ sessions…
…That seems unfair to me during this time of crisis, with everyone worrying about the jobs and their income.
What do you think?
So whilst Covid-19 is in full effect, I’m offering video conferencing sessions for less than my face-to-face fees.
Once everyone is vaccinated and the crisis is over, I’ll put my online fees up.
But for now…
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