HUGS Providing Free Vitual Healing with Telehealth Sessions
There have been challenging days in the past three months, and Americans expect some difficult days ahead. All over the globe everyone has been impacted by the coronavirus -Covid-19 health crisis, and there are mountains of people suffering with anxiety, depression, post traumatic disorder, and a great deal of uncertainly. Many are living in isolation, and facing a new normal which results in mental health challenges. There are extra demands on our medical profession, and Dr. Eugenia Agard DBH, LMHC, owner and operator of a comprehensive clinical mental health private practice entitled HUGS (Healing Understanding Guiding and Supportive Services) has made a commitment to help frontline providers with Free Vitual Healing HUGS telehealth sessions.
Dr. Agard’s areas of specialty are treating patients suffering from anxiety, depression, and physical health issues co-occurring with depression. In addition, she also enjoys facilitating group therapy, health forums, with an emphasis on youths at risk, and disadvantaged populations. At this time in the age of Covid-19, communities, our nation, and the world are navigating a difficult reality in things we were once comfortable, and familiar with.
With the innovation of tele-health medicine, and professional focused psychotherapy services, convenient transmission of appointments and medical information improves a patients’ health status with telecommunication technology. Telemedicine enables healthcare professionals to remotely evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients. The location is no longer a barrier with a smartphone, tablet, or computer, anyone can participate.
Due to the uncertainty of covid-19 and the duration, it is not only a physical health crisis, but a mental health crisis, that must be addressed. Frontline workers, doctors, nurses, police, housekeepers and all essentials workers are under tremendous stress, and depression can creep in at anytime. Dr. Agard is servicing those, who have unselfishly served us with Free Telehealth Counseling Sessions.
Mental health has impacted all Americans, and if you find yourself unable to cope or sad for prolonged length of time, Dr. Eugenia Agard can help and assist. Dr. Agard is a woman invested in her community, and she has been on the frontline to provide crisis counseling and save lives. For more information and to contact Dr. Agard and HUGS services please call 407-791-1900, or [email protected].
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