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Notice to clients concerning the current coronavirus issue
May 06, 2020

Our primary concern continues to be the well-being of our clients and staff. On May 4, 2020, Virginia Governor Northam extended key provisions of Executive Order 53, which places restrictions on businesses and gatherings of more than 10 people through at least May 14th. At that time, we will enter Phase I of easing restrictions. While this will ease some limits on businesses, Loudoun Psychological Services will continue to offer therapy services entirely online. While we are able to complete psychological testing intakes online, complete testing must wait until we reopen. We anticipate reopening our doors during Phase II. New patients are welcome to join our practice at this time via Join Today.

Please do not come into the office if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to someone not feeling well.

Coronavirus Info Telehealth Options Available

LPS Coronavirus Info Page

Overall Statement Concerning Appointments

The management at LPS is actively monitoring the current situation as it rapidly changes. Our primary concern continues to be the well-being of our clients and staff. We are now offering therapy services entirely online, with exceptions only for some portions of neuropsychological and psychological testing, and all of our therapists have openings. We are able to see any Virginia resident and take most insurance plans.

We are taking new Virginia clients. If you live in Virginia, we have space available for you.

Telehealth Options Available

Please do not come into the office if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to someone not feeling well.

If you need to cancel your appointment, please do so as soon as possible. We will not be charging "no show" fees until further notice. As a courtesy to the clinicians and other patients who would like the available time, please let us know your intentions to continue therapy through this difficult time.

Please take care of yourself and check back on our site for information on self-care and steps you can take to manage anxiety through this current issue.

Helpful Links:
CDC- Prevention and Treatment
CDC - Travel
Virginia Department of Health
World Health Organization, Mental Health Guide (PDF)

Please feel free to ask any questions or share any concerns you may have after reading through these materials.

Call us at (703) 297-4368 or send an email to info@loudounpsychology.com.

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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts call this free 24-hour hotline. You will be routed to the nearest city crisis center to you.

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