Updated: Sep 25, 2021
“We’re creatures of routine and habit, and our recent routine of being at home for so long is what we have done to ‘survive’,” agrees Constance Knox, a therapist at Augmentive. “It’s what we’re used to, and has kept us safe from the [ongoing] threat of Covid: these are the messages we have been told and [which] our brains have listened to.
“So when we break this routine again and are pushed back into the outside world, the commute and the business of an office, this could make people feel unsafe and therefore anxious. We’re being asked to go back into what was once considered an unsafe environment.”
Both Michelle & Constance are also therapists at Augmentive a new state-of-the-art platform powering a health and wellbeing revolution.