Alert Levels 3 and 4
Our therapy rooms in Morningside are closed for face-to-face therapy sessions under Alert Levels 3 and 4.
Our focus is providing support to children and families where and as we can. This will be primarily through online tools. The following Kidz Therapy services are available through online sessions:
If you are a current client and wish to continue treatment with virtual sessions, please contact your therapist directly to arrange this.
We have limited online therapy spaces available for new clients. If you or someone in your family needs additional support in these times, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Unfortunately, some of our services are not able to continue in Alert Level 4. These are:
Our staff will be in touch to reschedule any appointments affected by the change in Covid alert levels once we have a confirmed date for the move to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2
The Kidz Therapy rooms are open at Level 2. All of our therapy and assessment options are available through face-to-face sessions. There are some restrictions, plus safe hygiene practices and contact tracing protocols in place:
If you or your child are more comfortable continuing with online sessions during Level 2, this can be arranged directly with your therapist.
Thank you for your understanding and co-operation, our Number One priority is to keep ourselves, children and families safe and healthy.
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Support for young people
The suddenness and uncertainty when Covid Alert Levels change is challenging for most of us. However, young people can find them particularly challenging. Especially if they are finding it difficult to remain linked into education or if their employment is impacted.
If you or a family member are in crisis, contact your District Health Board for urgent advice and support.
Otherwise, there are a range of dedicated self-help tools and support available for young people including:
Social media resources
A range of organisations and services are providing useful content focused on sharing mental wellbeing messages. Some examples that you may wish to look at sharing across your own networks include:
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