Online Therapy in the time of Coronavirus
We are here to help you keep the balance
We’re living in uncertain times these days. Everyone is talking about Coronavirus – but no one has a guaranteed solution (yet). Sometimes, it feels like there’s no escape from the news bombardment.
Even a mindless swipe through social media or a trip to the grocery store can be enough to stir up feelings of anxiety. We get it – and we’re right there with you.
Our therapists are here to help you cope with whatever comes up as you process your feelings. Talking to someone can be an invaluable resource — a way to “keep calm and carry on.”
All our therapists at our center will offer Online Teletherapy until the outbreak is better understood and contained.Whether you’re a new or existing patient, our compassionate experts are waiting on the other end of your screen.
Amanda Roberts Ph.D., MA
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy
Dr. Amanda Roberts, Clinical Psychologist and specialist in medical trauma has 35 years of experience and deep training in Behavioral Medicine/ Health Psychology a sub specialty that focuses on the psychological fallout of medical conditions and illness management. She has worked in multiple medical systems both inpatient and outpatient assisting patients in managing acute and chronic illness and has a particular expertise in working with recent traumatic experiences.
In this time of high anxiety and uncertainty she is fully equipped to assist patients struggling with illness anxiety around the COVID-19 pandemic having also done extensive work running crisis and teams in disaster scenarios.
Steffanie Kelshaw, LPC
Steffanie Kelshaw, LPC, CSAC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor with several years of clinical experience. She has vast experience in providing therapy using a trauma based approach to individuals and couples. In the face of this pandemic, she can also work with anyone that may have been exposed or succumbed to the illness and can assist you in substantially increasing your coping skills and resilience in the face of these extreme difficulties.