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Covid-19 Policy
Covid-19 Policy
Covid-19 Policy
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At Sussex Psychology we are mindful that the impact of the Covid-19 virus and restrictions on daily life has been significant for everyone. We are especially grateful to our team of amazing colleagues who have been able to continue offering therapeutic support throughout the lockdown period.  We are fully committed to continuing to creatively adapt and offer a more blended therapeutic service through these very challenging times.  This means that we will continue to offer online therapy alongside face-to-face work.  We have found that online therapy works remarkably well for some offering a virtual interface to hope and healing.

From 7th September we will be resuming some face to face appointments in our clinic at Edein House.  In accordance with the guidelines from the Government and our regulating bodies we will be limiting the numbers of people in the clinic at one time but will still be offering appointments remotely. We are working hard to adapt so we can offer therapeutic support while ensuring that we are all safe.

Please do not book an appointment if you or any members of your family have been in contact with anyone who has had Covid-19 in the previous 14 days.

We are fully committed to keeping everyone safe so ask that you follow our guidelines.  Upon arriving at the clinic we will;

  • Provide hand sanitiser for you to use as you enter and leave the building.
  • Ask you to sign a declaration as to the state of your health to minimise the risk of inadvertently introducing the virus into the building.
  • Sanitise seating and surfaces before and after your visit.
  • Ventilate the room as much as possible.
  • Wear masks in communal areas.
  • Restrict access to the office so please ensure you have made payment the day before your appointment either by card over the phone or by BACS.
  • Wash and sanitise our hands after each visit.
  • Provide paper towels, sanitiser and antibacterial wipes in the bathrooms.
  • Limit the number of people in the building at one time to allow for social distancing.
  • Stagger appointments to reduce the flow of people at any one time.
  • Ask you to wait in your car if you are accompanying a patient to their appointment.

Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide refreshments so please ensure that you bring something with you. Our waiting room will be temporarily closed so please ensure you don’t arrive early for your appointment and you should arrive wearing a mask which can be removed once you are seated in the consulting room.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming patients and staff back to the clinic and although it may seem more formal and a new way of working we know you appreciate that it is for everyone’s safety and wellbeing. We are reviewing the guidelines weekly and adjusting our services accordingly.  We will update you with any new information.

If you are apprehensive about a face to face appointment and want to discuss it with us please ring the office on 01903 206738. Alternatively, we are happy to see you remotely.

From the team at Sussex Psychology

At Sussex Psychology we are mindful that the impact of the Covid-19 virus and restrictions on daily life has been significant for everyone. We are especially grateful to our team of amazing colleagues who have been able to continue offering therapeutic support throughout the lockdown period.  We are fully committed to continuing to creatively adapt and offer a more blended therapeutic service through these very challenging times.  This means that we will continue to offer online therapy alongside face-to-face work.  We have found that online therapy works remarkably well for some offering a virtual interface to hope and healing.

From 7th September we will be resuming some face to face appointments in our clinic at Edein House.  In accordance with the guidelines from the Government and our regulating bodies we will be limiting the numbers of people in the clinic at one time but will still be offering appointments remotely. We are working hard to adapt so we can offer therapeutic support while ensuring that we are all safe.

Please do not book an appointment if you or any members of your family have been in contact with anyone who has had Covid-19 in the previous 14 days.

We are fully committed to keeping everyone safe so ask that you follow our guidelines.  Upon arriving at the clinic we will;

  • Provide hand sanitiser for you to use as you enter and leave the building.
  • Ask you to sign a declaration as to the state of your health to minimise the risk of inadvertently introducing the virus into the building.
  • Sanitise seating and surfaces before and after your visit.
  • Ventilate the room as much as possible.
  • Wear masks in communal areas.
  • Restrict access to the office so please ensure you have made payment the day before your appointment either by card over the phone or by BACS.
  • Wash and sanitise our hands after each visit.
  • Provide paper towels, sanitiser and antibacterial wipes in the bathrooms.
  • Limit the number of people in the building at one time to allow for social distancing.
  • Stagger appointments to reduce the flow of people at any one time.
  • Ask you to wait in your car if you are accompanying a patient to their appointment.

Unfortunately, we will be unable to provide refreshments so please ensure that you bring something with you. Our waiting room will be temporarily closed so please ensure you don’t arrive early for your appointment and you should arrive wearing a mask which can be removed once you are seated in the consulting room.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming patients and staff back to the clinic and although it may seem more formal and a new way of working we know you appreciate that it is for everyone’s safety and wellbeing. We are reviewing the guidelines weekly and adjusting our services accordingly.  We will update you with any new information.

If you are apprehensive about a face to face appointment and want to discuss it with us please ring the office on 01903 206738. Alternatively, we are happy to see you remotely.

From the team at Sussex Psychology

One of the most powerful buffers in times of stress and distress is our social connectedness; so let’s remember to stay physically distant but emotionally close. Dr Bruce Perry
One of the most powerful buffers in times of stress and distress is our social connectedness; so let’s remember to stay physically distant but emotionally close. Dr Bruce Perry
One of the most powerful buffers in times of stress and distress is our social connectedness; so let’s remember to stay physically distant but emotionally close. Dr Bruce Perry
One of the most powerful buffers in times of stress and distress is our social connectedness; so let’s remember to stay physically distant but emotionally close. Dr Bruce Perry