Unless otherwise agreed to,

I expect you to keep your account with me current month-to-month. 


At my office, I accept checks or cash or a credit card as payment.

If you would like to make a payment on-line, this is the place to do it.

You can also now pay me by receiving an e-mail invoice through โ€œSquareโ€:

just let me know if this is your preference, and I will arrange for you to receive an invoice that way...

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Press the โ€œPayPalโ€ button 

below to be directed to your PayPal account, where you can send me a payment of any amount -- and help me to continue feeding my poor, starving children...

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As you may have noticed, "things are different now."


The advent of COVID-19 has pretty much required that psychotherapeutic encounters take place in the realm of remote digital communication -- at least for now.


Although I first assumed this would significantly weaken the power of the psychotherapeutic encounter in general, I have been happily surprised to discover that there are both disadvantages AND advantages to this medium of communication and connection.


Given a sane choice, I would much prefer to meet in person.  However, for the time being, my assessment of the downside risk of possible infection renders meeting in person highly undesirable, if not downright unethical (for one thing, my wife and office partner has a compromised immune system, which makes it out of the question for me to risk becoming a carrier).


We can utilize the platform of your choice (Skype, FaceTime, zoom -- or my HIPAA compliant web portal).  


I will make some suggestions about how to maximize our sense of connectedness with some simple adjustments...




ยฉ 2020 by Tony Rooney, Ph.D.