Welcome to the practice. Here are a few helpful pieces of information to make your pre- and post- session experience smooth. If you do not find answers to your questions, feel free to reach out to me at info@jennifersokolov.com.

What do I need to prepare for a virtual session?
You will need a comfortable place to recline or lie down, and an internet connection. I will send a Zoom link shortly before the session begins and we will start the session with a check in. We will stay together as you rest and receive, communicating as much or as little as you need.

Should I come to a session sick?
In the new reality of virtual healing, you most definitely can be sick and receive work. I encourage you to do so to help speed the process of any illness, including COVID.

What payment methods do you accept?
I accept credit cards, Venmo, and Zelle.

How soon should I book another session?
The frequency is very individual. If we are working to shift a complex situation, then weekly is the best rhythm. If there is stagnation and stuckness, monthly tends to be very helpful. Check-ins can happen at any time and can align with your life and goals, seasonal changes, or known stressors like the holiday season.

What happens if I need other support?
I have strong connections with a number of other wonderful practitioners of a variety of modalities. We can figure out together what you might need to compliment the healing work.

What should I wear?
Please wear comfortable clothes that you could easily move in. Energy Therapy occurs in a comfortable position and I want you to be able to rest. Be prepared to remove big jewelry, watches and belts. You will also take off your shoes.

What is your late cancellation policy?
I require a minimum of 24 hours notice if you need to cancel a session. If you miss the 24-hour window, you will be responsible for the full fee for service.

When and why do packages expire?
At the moment, packages are optional. In this time of great change, the most important thing is making sure that sessions are available to all who need them.