COVID-19 UPDATE:

 

The Springfield Psychological Center (SPC) clinicians continue to provide sessions via Doxy.me, which is a synchronous video platform to conduct therapy sessions, in addition to in-office sessions.  It is important to patients to contact their insurance carriers to ensure that teletherapy services continue to be covered.  SPC follows CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities, and we maintain expectations including wearing a mask while in the office or waiting room.  

We understand that this can be an anxiety-provoking time for many individuals, and SPC clinicians and staff remain committed to providing services to our patients in a safe, comfortable manner. The COVID-19 situation will be monitored closely, and more updates will follow.

 


Links to helpful and Informative articles:

Sarah Stays Home: A Child's Story of Coping During a Pandemic book by Dr. Paoni, available on Amazon

 

Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators (PDF)

 

"Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus" by the Child Mind Institute

 

"Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Manage Stress and Coping" by the CDC

 

"Psychologists’ advice for newly remote workers" by the American Psychological Association

 

Keeping Kids Motivated in Online Learning