Home visits are helpful especially for chronic disorganisation, hoarding tendencies, and working with grief. It can accelerate our work together, but can be useful at anytime. You may choose to have a home-visit appointment regularly, occasionally or as a single session.
At the initial home visit we will discuss what is working well, and less well, in your home and where you may feel stuck.
You might choose to have a home visits when you:
- find it difficult to come home after being out at work, or with family and friends
- feel like home is not what it used to be
- be putting off decisions that you need to make
- feel overwhelmed and not know where to start
- avoid friends or family coming over to visit.
You may also want me to meet other members of your family together with you in your home in an initial visit. This can be important to having support during your therapy.
During a home visit there are some considerations including:
- securing your dog or cat
- ensuring privacy and confidentiality during sessions
- having a place to work together such as a kitchen table.
The recommended time for a home-visit is two hours and may incur a travel cost. I have trained in delivering home visits through Zur Institute (USA), and ongoing education via The Institute for Challenging Disorganization (USA) and the National Association for Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO).
I have protocols that I follow during the Covid-19 pandemic, please read the fees and frequently asked questions.