The Future of Therapy Mid-Pandemic
Want To Se Your Therapist In-Person Mid-Pandemic?
Read the full Forbes’ article HERE
This weekend I said goodbye to my favorite Philadelphia neighborhood, 😢Northern Liberties.
In 2016, WeWork NoLibs became the Resilient Mind Works private practice office. It is beautiful, warm, and has a creative vibe and it was 𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗳𝗲𝗰𝘁 for me 😊, a new entrepreneur.
I went from a hot desk member to a shared office member, to a one-person office space member and then into a two-person office space member in 4 years as my businesses grow and flourish. 😊
But the pandemic happened in March and I had to 𝗽𝗶𝘃𝗼𝘁 and transitioned my businesses into online businesses.
But during the past three months, I was able to successfully get back on track and make Resilient Mind Works a telehealth therapy practice.
“Mid-pandemic in-person psychotherapy may not be such a good solution for the limitations of screens and speakers, and it’s not at all a return to normal life. In fact, and it’s not obvious, the balance of risks and rewards argues against returning to the office however much one may want to. For almost everyone, video or audio-based telehealth will remain a better choice than meeting in-person behind masks, screens, face shields, disinfectants, physical distance, ventilation, symptom monitoring, contact tracing, and the like.”
-Forbes’ Todd Essig
So with that being said, I’ll only be doing online or virtual sessions for the rest of the year.
It was a tough decision and I’m still sad and I’m gonna 𝗺𝗶𝘀𝘀 Northern Liberties so much and seeing my clients in person, the beautiful space in WeWork, seeing my fellow entrepreneurs and being around creative minds.
So yeah… it’s the end of an era for me. I’m at peace with my decision though and excited for what’s ahead!
Another great thing is that client will not have to worry about going into the city and looking for parking spots anymore because you will be able to get therapy in the safety and comfort of your own space.