How are you doing…really? By Tara Moser

How are you doing…really? By Tara Moser

How are you REALLY doing? I want to know! Please take care of you! I wrote this for my personal Facebook this past week, and made a couple of changes to share it with you here. Mental Health...yours, mine, and everyone else. I am worried! Child…

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Offering Sympathy From a Distance in the Time of Coronavirus By Margie Zable Fisher

Offering Sympathy From a Distance in the Time of Coronavirus By Margie Zable Fisher

When a friend is grieving a loss, here are ways to provide support Credit: Adobe Part of the THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW SPECIAL REPORT When my good friend, Nikki, told me a few days ago that her father had just passed away…

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6 Tips for Sobriety During the Pandemic

6 Tips for Sobriety During the Pandemic

By Deja Gilbert, Ph.D., LMHC, LPC As the United States braces for an unprecedented time of ‘social distancing’ due to coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19, a few other countries, according to the United Nations (UN), are now seeing a decline in cases from this fast-spreading…

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Coping with Guilt During Quarantine  By Vassilia Binensztok, PhD, LMHC, NCC

Coping with Guilt During Quarantine By Vassilia Binensztok, PhD, LMHC, NCC

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to major lifestyle changes for all of us.  Increased responsibilities, heightened expectations, and being in closed quarters can give guilt an opportunity to show up.  Guilt leads us to negative, often distorted thoughts about ourselves and our actions.  Guilt exacerbates…

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Wintley Phipps sings ‘Amazing Grace’

Wintley Phipps sings ‘Amazing Grace’

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Staying Conscious in the Face of Adversity | A Special Message From Eckhart Tolle

Staying Conscious in the Face of Adversity | A Special Message From Eckhart Tolle

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Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Survivors in the Wake of the Pandemic


Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Survivors in the Wake of the Pandemic


What to do when quarantined with your abuser? The current coronavirus outbreak has caused a slew of social problems for everyone. Social distancing, shortages of food and toiletry supplies, and for some, mandated quarantining. However, not everyone is experiencing the lockdown in the same way;…

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What Employees Need to Know About Their Rights

What Employees Need to Know About Their Rights

During these challenging times it is important for employees to have accurate information on the Impact of COVID-19 and the workplace. As an employee you need to know during a pandemic outbreak, such as COVID-19, what your employer can and cannot ask, what resources are…

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The Power of Creativity in Challenging Times

The Power of Creativity in Challenging Times

How “creative” are we called to be during this challenging time and what does creativity have to do with handling emotions related to a pandemic? In my practice, I work with clients toward the goal of living more empowered lives, but how can we accomplish…

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Collective Consciousness

Collective Consciousness

Amidst the most advanced and most discussed event of our lifetime, COVID-19 is progressing at a fast pace, unlike any pandemic the world has experienced before. Could it be because the technology and the news travel faster than ever before or is it because the…

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