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COVID-19 Health Protection Guidelines
According to the Centers for Disease Control, our current transmission level in the community is high.As such, here are the health protection guidelines you need to be aware of before you enter one of our facilities:
Self-screening. Contact your primary care team before visiting any of our locations if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
No more than 2 visitors allowed per inpatient
To reduce the number of people in our facilities, if you are able, please come alone to your outpatient medical appointments.
Perinatal losses create ripples of impact on our reproductive beliefs, well-being, mood, and relationships. We aim to give voice to this experience, explore related topics, provide tools, and promote healing through community. Topics covered include:
• Disenfranchised grief, our reproductive story, & identifying losses
• Normalizing emotional experiences
• Self-care and self-compassion
• Managing difficult thoughts and images
• Connecting and navigating interactions with others
• Intimacy and body image
• Honoring the loss and moving forward in valued living
• Coping ahead for future fears
• 8-week group
• Group is closed and will be limited to maximum of 10 Veterans.
• Currently delivered via virtual platform on video telehealth
• Group will be held on Tuesdays from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Please contact Dr. Kristina Harper at 713-791-1414, ext. 26596.