Statement Regarding COVID-19
(Coronavirus Disease 2019)
Dear current & prospective More Grace Counseling clients,
In this time of worry, fear, and uncertainty our staff remains committed to supporting your emotional and physical health.
In order to exercise the utmost caution for your safety, our office is currently providing virtual teletherapy services. This allows us the opportunity to provide ongoing support and guidance during these unprecedented times. The More Grace Counseling team is here to help you process your feelings, provide helpful ways to manage stress, reduce anxiety, develop healthy self-care routines, and continue to assist you in progressing on established treatment goals. Please note that More Grace Counseling is not an emergency service, hotline, or crisis center. We cannot provide emergency support. If you are in crisis or are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, such as uncontrollable feelings about hurting yourself or others, call 911 or go to your closest hospital emergency room.
We will regularly monitor recommendations from the CDC and local governments to reassess the safety of resuming in-person meetings. Our goal continues to be to provide strategies for well-being so you can thrive during this difficult time.
In addition to the shift to virtual teletherapy, More Grace Counseling is limiting the types of services being offered to individual adult counseling and relationship counseling at this time.
We wish everyone good health and happiness!
More Grace Counseling and Mediation Services