Special to Palmetto Counseling’s Blog | May 18, 2020 12:00 PM EDT
This issue features an article by Rich Schlauch
At Palmetto Counseling Services we understand that the current COVID-19 pandemic may impact you or your loved one’s mental health. That’s why we’re dedicated to being able to continue to fulfill your mental health needs.
In response to state legislation regarding COVID-19, we’re proud to be able to reopen our doors to allow for in-person counseling sessions with select therapists while continuing to provide TeleHealth services as well.
Therapists currently offering in-person and TeleHealth appointments:
Rebecca S. Marcotte
If you have concerns about meeting through TeleHealth, we will talk about it first and try to address any issues and to ensure that you understand that, if we believe it is necessary, we may determine that we return to TeleHealth for everyone’s health and well-being.
We are taking great precautions in order to keep both our therapists and our patients safe and if the pandemic or other health concerns arise, we are prepared to make the transition back to TeleHealth appointments only.
Upon making the decision to make an appointment for in-person services during COVID-19, we have an updated Informed Consent Form for you to fill out that outlines how we plan to keep both you, our staff, and therapists safe.
Our office is taking the following precautions to protect our patients and help slow the spread of the coronavirus:
Additionally, tissues and trash bins will be easily accessed and disposed of on a frequent basis and common areas will be thoroughly disinfected at the end of each day.
Palmetto Counseling and Consulting is here for you. Count on us to continue to provide the same level of services while doing everything we can to keep everyone safe during this time.
For more information, call 803-329-9639 or contact us using the form to the right.