We know that the mental health effects of COVID-19 are extraordinary; an emerging grief as we all stand at the precipice of a great loss, the depression that comes with isolation, economic anxiety, trying to ward of restlessness and despair, and the anticipatory anxiety of getting sick.
Our therapists are ready to provide support. We are open and even accepting new clients. Our therapy sessions will take place via tele-health. Tele-health, or tele-medicine, is therapy done over video or phone. Most insurances are now covering tele-therapy sessions.
Research tells us that the relationship between therapist and client is as healing as the interventions we employ. Video therapy continues to offer the deep understanding that comes from eye-contact and the intimacy of her exploring the layers of your emotions through facial expression and subtle body movements. We look forward to getting back into the room together soon. For now, let's stay connected. We're all in this together.
Dr. Engler's Articles on the Huffington Post:
Should You Get Pre-marital Counseling?
Women's Health Magazine interviews Dr. Engler on the factors to consider.
Why Moving in Together Kills Your Sex Life, and What to Do About It.
Men's Health Magazine interviews Dr. Engler about how to improve your sex life, and reviews her book, "The Men on My Couch."
11 Things That Actually Surprised This Sex Therapist.
BuzzFeed reviews Dr. Engler's new book, "The Women on My Couch."