How our Treatment Facility is Minimizing the Covid-19 Outbreak Risks

The health and safety of our clients, doctors, and staff are of paramount importance. As such, we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and have taken proactive steps to protect our clients and staff from the potential spread of illness at Kinder in The Keys. We have not had any reported cases of Coronavirus at our facility and are going to continue operating at our regular schedule.

Kinder in The Keys is Taking the Following Precautions to Protect the Health and Safety of Everyone at our Facilities:

-Doubled cleaning frequency
-Requiring sanitizing and hand washing for anyone entering the building
-Masks required for all staff
-No visitors at the facility (no guests or sight visits or interns)
-Conference calls only for family sessions
-Weekly conference calls with state officials
-Weekly Facebook comfort corner
-Telehealth as appropriate
-No community outings that require any contact with others

We strongly suggest referring to the CDC’s website for the latest information on the Coronavirus and the recommended methods to protect yourself and those closest to you from contracting or spreading illness.


Author Bio

Dr. Laura Tanzini, DrPh, MA, MFT

Dr. Laura Tanzini is a highly educated and accomplished professional with a background in biology and psychology. She received a BS in Biology from UC Riverside, an MA in psychology from Phillips Graduate Institute, and a Doctorate in Public Health with a specialty in Lifestyle Medicine from Loma Linda University.

Dr. Laura Tanzini is a Board Certified Professional Counselor, Integrative Medicine Clinician, and PTSD Clinician. She has worked in multiple medical hospitals, mental health institutions, and inpatient eating disorder clinics. Also, Dr. Tanzini has written scholarly papers and spoken on various topics related to nutrition, stress, menopause, obesity, depression, anxiety, and human development.