Jonathan from Stacks Co. in Doylestown, PA.
An LCSW has been utilizing one of our meeting rooms on an hourly basis to meet clients. We have a full time office coming available that she would like to take in order to see clients. The offices are less private than the meeting room and are not sound blocking. She says she has no concerns regarding privacy, HIPAA, etc. and would be ok to sign off on any liability or other waivers.
Stacks Co. members are primarily freelancers, remote workers, tech workers, startups, creatives, and other entrepreneurs.
My concerns are regarding privacy and comfort for her clients, as well as our members. I wouldn’t want folks to feel like they have to be extra quiet or otherwise infringing on privacy when there is therapy in session. I’m planning to check this with current members who have adjacent offices.
Any insights or experiences with therapist/counselor members utilizing full time offices to see clients?