What kind of preparations are you making to serve your clients through the coronavirus? Now that the virus is local to our East Tennessee area – it’s absolutely important to have plans in place.
Personally, last week I switched to tele-health last week, providing clients with reminders and resources to make sure they are taking responsibility for and tending to their inner state. This is looking like it’s going to be a rough one for mental health.
Our clients are likely to need us in ways they haven’t before. Many of them will be hard hit economically in addition to the added stress and insecurity.
If you don’t do groups, it may be time for you to look for ways you can offer virtual small groups to clients who may find it difficult to continue paying for their mental health care.
Think 3 – 6 weeks out. What do you need to have in place to serve your people?
I am reminding people of the resources they have and encouraging them to keep up their practice addressing the inevitable daily tension and stress. I particularly like Basic PEAT for this but also find End of Words very useful for untangling from a briar patch of particularly self-limiting narratives. Here’s a little video reminder – www.tinyurl.com/aaiteow
Finally, thanks to a local chiropractor, Natalie Kurylo, we also have this EFT resource to help with coronavirus worries. If you are on your mobile device and have the Tapping Solution App, you can use this link to listen to this session.
If you don’t have the app, you can download it for free – click here.
What else are you doing to tend to yourself and your clients at this time? Let’s crowdsource how to do this.