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Posts tagged ‘cancellation’

Personal Responsibility

This is a challenging time, and everyone needs to do their part. In a pandemic, demand is high for psychological services, including crisis intervention. My colleagues and I have been working hard to maintain continuity of care while rapidly adapting to Telehealth. If you choose not to keep an appointment, it is your responsibility to communicate this so others can access psychological services in a timely manner. If you ignore requests to confirm your appointment, you are harming community mental health by reducing access for others in need. In this time of massive stress and change, let’s all consider the greater good.

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New Cancellation Policy

If you and I decide to work together, I will usually schedule one forty-five minute session (one appointment hour of forty-five minutes duration) per week at a mutually agreed time. Once this appointment hour is scheduled, you will be expected to pay for it.

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Cancellation Policy (Original)

The following is the Original Cancellation Policy effective for clients starting prior to 2010. Clients may be transferred to the new policy on a case by case basis.

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