I like to think that out of adversity, we can create positives—whether more family time, quiet time, going outdoors, being creative.
Practicing good hygiene and social distancing are ways we can feel proactive in response to health concerns as severe as COVID-19 or simply the common cold. We want to convey confidence that there are ways we can help one another.
Especially while we are confined, virtual tours of museums are truly ways to bring the outside world in. It is a healthy diversion while we explore various cultures, history, religions, science, technology, and art.
As a psychologist, I am pleased to provide teletherapy. Video conferencing is an excellent tool for bridging the gap of social isolation. Learn more by contacting me here.
Managing Holiday Stress How do you manage holiday stress? Holidays signify family togetherness. We envision warm, loving, happy people connecting in special ways…except when it is not so warm and fuzzy. What goes wrong? What are your expectations? If you expect everything and everybody to… Read More »Managing Holiday Stress
Balancing of Life Amidst Fear Do you feel paralyzed with fear of COVID? Like me, you probably know people who seem paralyzed with fear over COVID and new strains of the virus. As a psychologist, this becomes a topic of discussion with many, if not… Read More »Balancing of Life Amidst Fear
And Social Isolation Continues Previously, I wrote an article entitled: How to Combat Isolation During Coronavirus. I began that “I like to think that out of adversity, we can create positives—whether more family time, quiet time, going outdoors, being creative.” By now we all know… Read More »And Social Isolation Continues