A: Short answer? No.
Long answer: Many of the people who come to see are in pain and experiencing grief, exhaustion, loneliness, or stress. By utilizing two practitioners, we can provide a much more nourishing, focused experience. This is especially important when people have limited time and resources for self-care. We want our clients to feel replenished and deeply satisfied when they walk out the door.
In addition, two practitioners are safer for both client and practitioners, and changes the relationship dynamic significantly. We are quite serious about offering a nurturing experience, and there is much less room for ambiguity or confusion in that respect with two practitioners. There is also less chance that the client will misconstrue our attention and compassion for a romantic connection as s/he might with a one-on-one.