Coronavirus and Social Distancing Support in Denver, CO
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on nearly everyone in the world.
If you’re not sure how to handle the onslaught of news, panic, fear, and lifestyle changes brought on by the coronavirus, you’re not alone.
At the Counseling Center of Cherry Creek, all of our therapists have a wealth of experience in helping individuals and couples navigate the type of increased anxiety and stress that we are all facing in these difficult times.
If you live in Colorado and you’ve been struggling with feelings of panic, anxiety, hopelessness, confusion, anger, sadness, and uncertainty because of COVID-19, you can call our counseling office at any time at (720) 457-3342 to speak with a staff member about our coronavirus support options.
Support and Understanding During Troubling Times
The world looks vastly different than it did this time last year. Although the economy is beginning to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic, even our everyday experiences remain dramatically changed.
Something as simple as running to the grocery store can bring feelings of panic and dread: shelves once home to bottles of sanitizer and toilet paper sit empty or depleted, fellow shoppers keep their distance while wearing masks, and your cashier asks you not to use your own bags or handle cash inside the store. It’s understandable to feel shaken and saddened by the changes we’ve seen.
You’ve likely experienced disruptions to your life and social circle. You may have close family and friends who have been affected by the virus here at home or in different parts of the country or world. You may miss your job and co-workers and be unsure about what to do while you are quarantined at home. And, you may be stuck at home all day with family members whom you are not used to being around as much, which can certainly create some challenges.
How do you react? Where can you turn for peace or answers? In many situations, online counseling may be one of the best options.
COVID-19 Counseling in Cherry Creek
Whether you need individual counseling or a marriage therapist in Denver, our professional team at the Counseling Center of Cherry Creek will be here when you need us. To maintain social distancing and be respectful of our clients’ health and safety, we offer telehealth counseling sessions via video so you can receive the support you need from the comfort of your home.
So how can attending counseling during the COVID-19 pandemic help you feel more in control and at peace? To start, our relationship therapists in Denver can help you:
- Increase and improve your self-care routine and make sure you are eating well, getting enough sleep, being mindful, and making time for exercise
- Set healthy boundaries with your media intake and limit your screen time
- Maintain relationships with family, friends, or partners during times when in-person interactions may be limited. We also offer couples therapy for one in Denver, CO if you’re interested in working on your romantic relationship but your partner is unable to attend counseling
- Create and stick to a schedule, even while unemployed or working from home, to maintain a sense of normalcy and balance
If you’re feeling extremely hopeless, anxious, or defeated because of coronavirus and the traumatic events of 2020, we also offer VIP counseling sessions. These in-depth sessions last 3 to 5 consecutive hours so we can spend extra time working through specific issues and creating solutions to your most triggering problems.
Contact Your Cherry Creek Counselors Today
This webpage is meant to be a helpful overview of some of the common stressors we can address at our counseling office and is not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of counseling topics. If you are struggling to cope with the aftermath of COVID-19 but don’t see a description of your specific situation discussed here, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our team of caring counseling professionals knows how to help you decrease your feelings of anxiety and improve your mental health regardless of what’s causing your stress. Give us a call today at (720) 457-3342 to learn more about our COVID-19 online counseling sessions in Denver.