UPDATED: Farmington area businesses turn to remote services

Counseling, fitness, and other service-related businesses shut down during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic are finding unique ways to keep serving clients.

We’re sharing the changes they’re making here. To get the word out about your business changes, visit our COVID-19 business news submission page.

Amani Life Counseling

Stephanie Crane, a clinical therapist and health coach with more than 30 years of experience, opened her counseling practice in downtown Farmington in January and is offering telehealth sessions for clients from the comfort of their own homes. She specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and provides stress management skills, helping her clients #GetSomeCalm. To reach out to her, call 248-228-4982 or GetSomeCalm@gmail.com

Farmington-Element Chiropractic, 34024 W. 8 Mile Rd., #104A, Farmington Hills – Dr. Samantha Brish’s office is open by appointment only to handle acute musculoskeletal pain situations. Her goal is to help take the burden off of urgent cares and the emergency room when possible. More information at elementchiromi.com or call 248-505-9170.

Freeman & Thomas Law PLLC

Freeman & Thomas Law on Orchard Lake Road in Farmington Hills is now handling all client matters entirely remotely. New and existing clients can contact the office at 248-987-4886 to set up a meeting over the phone, by text, and through email. Additionally, new court filings remain possible in certain situations.

The Help Couch

Dr. Andrea Anderson and her husband, Nathaniel McClure, Farmington Hills residents, recently moved their practice, The Help Couch, to an office on Orchard Lake Road in Farmington Hills. The psychologists and marriage and family therapists on staff are available for secure and confidential telehealth sessions via a simple-to-use, online platform available at helpcouch.com six days a week including evenings. They accept most major insurance. A planned grand opening celebration has been delayed; follow the practice on facebook.com/helpcouch for more information.

The Collaborative Body

In response to the public health emergency, The Collaborative Body (formerly Winning Edge Bodywork) closed its office prior to the governor’s executive order. The office will remain closed until at least April 13, but remote sessions for clients can be done over the phone, and the company is offering virtual classes on stress reduction, mindfulness, and self care Follow the business on Facebook for more information.

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