• Jerry Stochansky

Looking at ways to weather the current crisis.

Updated: Jun 30

We are currently experiencing a global crisis concerning the corona virus. This, as a result, has caused many people a significant increase in anxiety. We need to follow the directions of washing our hands often, keeping social distance of 6 feet and keeping gatherings to a minimum. What we also have to remember to do is stay connected. We live in a world that for most we can connect virtually, either through telephone, FaceTime, Skype, email, Instagram, Facebook to name just a few. We evolved as social animals and as such when we connect and stay connected we can significantly lower our anxiety and not feel so alone. I will be offering the option to my clients of having sessions through FaceTime for those who would like it. If FaceTime is not available we could use another platform or a telephone session instead. Let's stay connected and we will all get through this with less anxiety. Thanks.


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If you or a person you are concerned about is feeling overwhelmed or at risk I encourage you to call the AAC (Access and Assessment Centre) at VGH. They provide pathways for people and families to ac

I can be contacted by phone, text or email if you would like to make an appointment. Because I am in and out of sessions throughout the day please leave me your name, time you called and your best contact method and I will answer your request within 48 hours. Thanks.


Jerry Stochansky

100 Braid Street,

New Westminster, BC

V3L 3P4


I acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional unceded homelands of the Katzie, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), Tsleil-Waututh (səl̓ilwətaɁɬ), Qayqayt, Kwantlen and Stz'uminus Nations

updated by Jerry Stochansky Studio July 2020