Psychotherapy for Covid-19
Pandemic. What does this mean? It can mean fear of the unknown, isolation, apprehension, and a feeling of helplessness. Whether or not you had stress or triggers that affected your mental health before, now with Covid-19, there are more reasons to feel sad or worried.
You may feel trapped in the lockdown. You may wonder when you’re going to see your friends again. Covid-19 worries and losses are very real. The virus can create fears and insecurities; it can help to talk about them.
If you have experienced any type of loss in this pandemic, whether it be a loved one or a job, being separated from your family and normal support networks may make your loss more challenging. Your grief may feel extreme, and we are here to help you.
When trying to social distance, we don’t have to be lonely. We can all maintain our distance but stay connected and get through this together. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, we’ll help you manage your stress and find hope for the future.
Many studies have found the benefits of mindfulness meditation to help alleviate stress and reduce anxiety. Taking a few deep breaths to calm your mind will make a difference in how you feel. Let us know during our therapy sessions if you’d like to learn more.
What You Can Expect
Free 15-minute phone consultation to see if we’re a good fit.
Book a 50-minute therapy session with Deanna.
Each counselling session is $160, and may be covered by your work health care provider.