There is no doubt that the pandemic has affected much of how people work and live. Everything from remote working becoming the norm to curbside grocery pickup is much more common now than ever before.
This is also true with professional therapy. Elissa Hurand is an anxiety therapist in Seattle, Washington. The professional therapist and their practices have shifted to more of an online presence. Hurand, for her own practice, is now 100 percent remote.
“This was a decision I made for a few different reasons. Now that the pandemic has almost passed, most of my clients are enjoying the remote aspect. They can remain at home, in personal comfort and get the added benefit of not dealing with Seattle area traffic.
Many family therapists in Seattle, Washington have gone to a blended approach. This means some clients still come for face to face, and some have remained remote. For the therapist and client, this is an ideal situation.
“In our business, making the client comfortable is paramount. An uncomfortable client will not be as willing to share issues that need the most attention. Honesty and being forthright are absolute in therapy. None of the professional therapists will judge their clients or share any information. We want to help you heal,” continued Hurand.
Elissa Hurand is a professional anxiety therapist serving clients in Seattle, WA. She accepts new clients and strongly recommends the 15 minute initial consultation before scheduling. Learn more about her and her practice at http://elissahurand.com/about.html.