In support of our amazing NHS staff and other key workers in these challenging times, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the practice.
Given the hands-on nature of what we do, it is just not possible to maintain any form of social distancing in the practice environment.
We feel that the risks of possible infection during face-to-face consultations are far too great – both for you and your loved ones at home, as well as for us and our loved ones.
However, we want to be here for you and to give you what support we can. So, whether you just feel the need to discuss things, or whether you want specific advice on certain issues, we can still offer you the following:
Stay connected with us
Although our doors are closed temporarily, we are still checking messages regularly. If you need any advice or information, please leave a message with your name and number and one of us will call you back by the next “working” day at the latest.
Please note that Debbie Waters, one of our counsellors, is offering telephone consultations. you can find her contact details here.
To support your self-care over the next few weeks, we will be posting links and videos of our favourite health care tips and exercises. You can find some of them here on our website, or you can have a look at Jo’s posts on our Facebook page.
If you are concerned that you or someone in your family might have the virus, you can use the NHS 111 Online service to check the symptoms and to get the latest advice onlooking after yourself and your loved ones.
Please make sure you follow the most up to date advice on social distancing, self-isolation and shielding.
Protect yourself, your loved ones, your community and the NHS.
Take care out there and we look forward to seeing you again in person on the other side,