As such Nexus Psychology remains open for consultations – both in-person and telehealth.
Strict hygiene, face mask and distancing protocols as well are adhered to in all of the consulting rooms at Nexus Psychology.
However – If individuals indicate a preference for counseling via telehealth – ie, phone or video – this option is available.
Some psychologists at Nexus are choosing to offer only telehealth session
Medicare rebates are currently available for telehealth sessions where clients have a valid Mental Health Care Plan up until 30 September, 2020.
The psychologists and clients who have conducted sessions via telehealth over the past few months feel that it is a highly effective and acceptable alternative to in-person consultation. Data have been collated and summarised by Nexus psychologist Amelia Twiss in this blog article:
This is subject to the following conditions:
The current situation we are all facing is very difficult- there are a lot of things going on that are uncertain and out of our control.
In these times it can be good to focus on some of the things you can control like your breath.
We have link below of a recording of a short breathing exercise by Annette Marlow who is our Nexus Wellness coordinator.
Nexus has been offering remote mindful movement sessions via Zoom, facilitated by Nexus’
Wellness Coordinator and Mindful Meditation Teacher Annette Marlow.