I purchased the iPhone4 in August 2010 in order to use Facetime for iPhone and conduct mobile counseling and consult sessions to help my clients stay in touch, keep regular sessions, or find a therapist even if they live in a remote area of the country.
Next came my Google Voice number. You can call 425-200-5271, and if I can’t answer, calls to my mobile or my Google Voice account get transferred into a text message, making it easier for me to answer urgent calls on break without having to listen through all my messages.
Finally, I’ll be adding a second line. The current mobile number will become the dedicated business line, and a new number will be for personal use only. For some time, I’ve used one line for EVERYTHING, much to the chagrin of family and close friends. That, like everything else with technology, must change.
In any case, you’ll have more ways to get a hold of me. And that’s good news for you!
BTW, next time you stop by my office, you’ll see a QR code in the window. Use any standard QR code reader on your Android or iPhone, and you’ll pull up my mobile number and URL. No more wondering if you have my number on you if you’re outside my office. Just add it to your contact list.
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Only 16 hours before President Obama’s visit to the Seattle area, tenants of the Grand Central Arcade building (where Seattle Direct Counseling keeps an office for F2F clients) were notified that we would not be able to access our offices, nor take clients for a majority of the business day. Access to the streets on and around the building would also be limited.
With your busy schedule, canceling an appointment and rescheduling can cost time and money. What would you do?
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I believe the counseling and coaching I provide is the best in the city! With my medical background and experience in back-office nursing and triage, technical savvy, a background in fitness and wellness, and ten years of experience as a therapist (plus 20+ as a nurse), you get the “full meal deal” when it comes to looking at your whole life plan for yourself and your family.
But how would you know that if couldn’t find me? How on earth do people find a therapist or a coach that’s right for them?
Ten years ago, most people would use a telephone book. They’d likely go to the Yellow Pages, look under a specific category, and then select the service with the biggest ad or the most appropriate listing of services. I know. I used to do that. It was expensive and not very effective…
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