COVID-19 Guidelines

We want to protect the health and safety of our members and clients, as well as the larger community, and are committed to creating a safe environment here at Ethera. We are staying up to date with and adhering to the guidelines provided by the CDCWHO, and local government. Here’s what we are doing to keep you safe:

 

INCREASED SANITATION
  • Daily deep cleaning by janitorial staff
  • Ethera staff will be wiping down all high touch areas (i.e. doorknobs, light switches, countertops, kiosks, etc.)
  • Hand sanitizer and wipes readily available in common areas and treatment rooms.
 
PHYSICAL DISTANCING
  • Limited capacity will be enforced
  • Mobile app check in allows clients to stay out of waiting area before appointment.
  • Digital key access allows contactless entry
 
FACE COVERINGS
  • Required face coverings in all common areas (lobby, hallway, coworking lounge) for those that are unvaccinated
  • Masks are available for those who have forgotten their face covering
  • Face coverings not required in treatment rooms, but highly recommended for those that are unvaccinated
 
FOR CLIENTS
  • Please contact your provider directly to cancel your appointment or modify your appointment to telehealth if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc.). Stay home if you are not feeling well.
  • Practice proper hygiene practices while at Ethera, and always wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, cover your cough or sneeze.

 

 

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Therapy Styles

Short Term (Solution-focused, etc.) 
Ideal for those who are coming in with a specific problem they’d like to address and gain clarity on. Typically, short term therapies are present focused and do not dive deep into your past.

Structured
Structured therapies are goal and progress oriented. Therapists may incorporate psychoeducation and a specific “curriculum.” In order to stay on track, therapists may provide worksheets and homework.

Insight-oriented (Psychodynamic, Existential, etc.) 
Exploring the past and making connections to present issues can help clients gain insight. Getting to the root of the issue and finding deeper self-awareness can help with long-term change.

Non-directive (Humanistic, Person-centered, etc.)
Going with the flow and seeing where it leads.

Behavioral (CBT, DBT, etc.)
Focuses on changing potentially unhealthy or self-destructive behaviors by addressing problematic thought patterns and specific providing coping skills.

Trauma Focused (EMDR, TF-CBT, etc.)
Recognizing the connection between trauma experiences and your emotional and behavioral responses, trauma focused therapy seeks to help you heal from traumas.