Dallas County, like much of the rest of the country, is starting to see a significant increase in COVID positivity. Testing data is less consistent and reliable (with unreported home-testing options), so our best information is currently coming from wastewater analysis (see graphs below). If Dallas County's COVID-19 cases rise into the Orange risk/community spread range, appointments will shift to Telehealth until case numbers decline.
September 2023 update: the latest bivalent boosters are now available at local pharmacies.
At present, in-person appointments remain available, however clients are asked to switch to Telehealth if they are experiencing related symptoms or have had a recent COVID exposure. In-person appointments are limited and must be explicitly scheduled in advance. Prior to scheduling an in-person appointment, clients are asked to:
Telehealth will remain open as an option to all clients should they feel unwell, or if they simply prefer the convenience of Telehealth sessions.
If you are experiencing symptoms, have been exposed to COVID-19, or have tested positive, you can read current CDC recommendations and use the Isolation and Exposure Calculator here to determine whether or how long you need to isolate and other steps to prevent spreading COVID-19.
Las Colinas Psychological Services, PLLC
580 Decker Drive
Irving, Texas 75062
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