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COVID-19 Policy Update rev. 06.01.2022

Dear Valued Clients, 

At Healthy Minds Psychology, the health of our clients and team members is of utmost importance. We are continuing to monitor cases of COVID-19 in order to make the best decisions to keep you, your family, and our staff safe. We are also following safety protocols provided by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as complying with the various state and local regulations. While we hope to return to in-person therapy sessions soon, we are encouraging the use of our telehealth therapy services in the meantime. Please note that we are implementing enhanced safety measures at our offices for in-person psychotherapy, executive function, and psychological testing appointments, including:

  • Our waiting room is closed for visitors. Please remain in your car until your scheduled appointment time. 

  • Only the client and/or individuals accompanying him/her should attend the appointment.

  • All clients, and anyone accompanying them to in-person sessions, will be required to answer a series of COVID-19 screening questions. 

  • Washing hands or using hand sanitizer upon entering the office is recommended. Soap and hand sanitizer will be provided.

  • Clinicians are instructed to clean their offices’ surfaces and any test materials used with disinfectant immediately following every session.

  • A professional cleaning service regularly deep-cleans our offices.

  • You will not be permitted to test in-office if you (or family member) are symptomatic (i.e., fever, cough, runny nose, difficulty breathing) or if you believe you, or someone in your home, have been exposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus).

  • If you, or someone you have been in contact with, are symptomatic, please cancel your appointment in the appropriate amount of time to avoid a missed appointment fee. We will work with you to reschedule the appointment as quickly as possible after the necessary quarantine period for you has elapsed.

  • If a clinician or client is feeling sick, they are asked to stay home and get tested for COVID-19 and may not return until they either receive a negative test result or 10 days have passed. If at any time during testing the psychologist feels that the health of parties involved may be compromised, testing will be discontinued. We will resume testing in person once it is safe to do so. Again, we will make every effort to prioritize your evaluation and reschedule you as soon as possible. 



If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask your clinician. 

We are here to help!


Your Team at Healthy Minds Psychology

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