I find myself reflecting upon how different this year has been for me and for many that I know. The changes, the uncertainty, the losses experienced during the pandemic weight heavily in a way that complicates how I approach my normal year-end reflection. Understanding how difficult this year has been for so many of my loved ones and clients is part of the reason I decided to write about my own journey to acceptance through the pandemic.
Chances are you’ve seen articles or news stories about how COVID-19 is disrupting many people’s ability to feel connected. Chances are that you haven’t just read about it but are also feeling the challenges that come with navigating a global pandemic. It is important to acknowledge the loss that we are feeling during these times. This article is created with all of us in mind. We are starting a list of ways we have been - and can continue to - find opportunities for social connection during the long haul of these ongoing covid-19 times. We are relying on you to add ideas below so we can grow the list and get outside of the box ideas!
With so many people in job transition right now during Covid-19, there are lots of questions about career exploration and job searching! Watch (or read) my interview with Caitlin Magidson. We discuss tips about how to find a new job during covid-19. And the link between this and family dynamics for young people searching for a new job during covid.
With COVID-19 throwing college plans for a huge loop, families have been reevaluating plans. Many are anticipating making the difficult decision to have their college student living at home for the semester. Help navigate this tricky time for a smoother semester with these 5 tips for college students living at home because of Covid-19.
Relationship Concerns during Covid-19
Change of Plans: We're moving to telehealth We are changing our stance regarding our decision to stay open based on the evolving public health information regarding COVID-19. Effective Monday, all sessions will be held via telehealth until further notice. We will be reevaluating constantly in an effort to get back into the office as soon as responsibly… Continue reading Letter to Clients: Moving To Telehealth
To Our Trusted Clients, Surely you have been receiving plenty of emails outlining specific responses to the COVID-19 situation as it evolves. Here is how we are adapting at Montgomery County Counseling Center. In-Person Therapy WORKS Mental, emotional, and relational health does not cease to exist amidst this pandemic. If anything, the rise of anxiety… Continue reading Letter to Clients: Response to Covid-19