Asking for help is evidence of strength rather than the weakness we fear in our shame. It often takes a significant event to prompt change in our lives, but that change is often overdue.
Restoration Counseling. . .
was founded to provide the best quality of care and support, attentive to the unique needs of each person using research-based treatment.
Our office is now open to in-person visits. Our goal is to restore personal connections and offer meaningful support while still protecting the safety of everyone involved. Please read and follow the guidelines listed below as you plan for your next visit. We will also be glad to continue providing telehealth appointments for those vulnerable to illness or simply more comfortable with this interaction. Please contact our office if you have questions about this or if we can help in any other way.
RCC Safe Contact Guidelines
Please call to cancel your appointment and do not enter the office if you answer yes to any of the following criteria:
been in contact with anyone testing positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days
traveled out of state or to an area suffering widespread infection in the past 14 days
currently presenting symptoms of cough, fever, sneezing, aches and pains, or nausea
Our waiting room will be closed, please wait outside the building until you are called to enter for your appointment.
Please bring your own drinks as beverage service has been suspended until further notice.
Please make every effort to preserve at least a 6 foot gap between you and your therapist or office staff.
Pay through the portal or by credit card on file whenever possible to avoid handling cash or checks.
Everyone deserves support for challenges with understandable life stressors such as relationships, school, and work.
Life leaves its mark on us and we possess the resilience to heal from the impact of loss and trauma.
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