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How to be A Friend to a Therapist: Life One Year into the Pandemic

2021-03-02T05:31:36+00:00

If you have therapists and other mental health professionals in your networks of friends and family, there are a few things worth keeping in mind about how to be a friend to the folks who are quietly holding together the sanity of our country, one video session at a time.

How to be A Friend to a Therapist: Life One Year into the Pandemic2021-03-02T05:31:36+00:00

SURRENDER IN THE LEAST LIKELY PLACE

2019-07-16T18:30:56+00:00

In the past few days, I had the opportunity to experience my body in the throes of food poisoning (Note: do NOT read on if you cannot stomach stomach stories). The nausea hit towards the end of an evening client session which posed a tricky predicament, though luckily I was able to maintain my composure and close the session before racing to the bathroom.

SURRENDER IN THE LEAST LIKELY PLACE2019-07-16T18:30:56+00:00

WE GATHER IN A CIRCLE: A MEDITATION ON LEADERSHIP

2019-07-30T16:49:00+00:00

Ever since grade school I have gravitated to leadership. Yep, I was that kid. The one who always got A’s, was quietly liked by most and ran for and got elected to Student Council President and Class President in the same year. I was 12. I still hadn’t menstruated. I wore big, horn-rimmed glasses and my hair was usually frizzy.

WE GATHER IN A CIRCLE: A MEDITATION ON LEADERSHIP2019-07-30T16:49:00+00:00
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