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Covid-19 statement 

Dear clients and colleagues, 

The present time brings new and difficult challenges,  with uncertainty, anxiety, and ongoing changes to our normal routines. At Connecte, we are working to do our part to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 

This week, most of our psychotherapy sessions have moved from in-person to telehealth platforms. This is in an effort to continue supporting our clients’ mental health while working to protect everyone’s physical well-being. We are actively taking  measures recommended by our Public Health Department as well as the Order of Psychologists of Quebec (OPQ). 

For the foreseeable future, we will continue to offer the vast majority of our sessions online. So far, we have had a good response from our clientele, sharing that telehealth platforms are more helpful than anticipated. Many of our therapists have already had experience using such platforms, and therefore are able to guide everyone through the transition smoothly. If you are a current client and have questions, your therapist will be able to answer any questions or concerns that you might have before your session. 

Although other things are uncertain right now, we at Connecte remain a strong team. Our mandate is to collaborate with one another so that we can continue to feel solid and support clients and our community during these difficult times  

If you are a new client looking for support during this time, please send us an email at info@connectepsychology.com or call us at (514) 507-0745 so that we can set you up with a therapist who will guide you through the steps to arrange your first session. 

We will continue to update our Facebook page with tips and tools on how to take care of your mental health during this global health crisis: https://www.facebook.com/connectepsychology/

We will also continue to publish blog articles on relevant topics to help you through this challenging time. Please check out the last two published on managing anxiety and having compassion for one another in a time of global health crisis:

Calm in the time of coronavirus: How to cope with our collective fear

Compassion and Mental Health in a Time of Global Health Crisis

Thank you to all of our clients, friends and colleagues for the part you are playing in keeping everyone safe during this global health crisis. 

The Team at Connecte 

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