written by Gail Lalk, LPC, LCADC, Therapist at Young Adult Therapy Gail is a dear friend of mine. She originally posted this on LinkedIn but gave me permission to share this with you. In the United States, we are in the early weeks of managing the impact that the coronavirus pandemic will have on our lives. As I write this, the virus has cropped up in all 50 states and there are...

As we carry out 'physical distancing' (we'd rather not call it 'social distancing'), let's try to practice psychological closeness by creating - across physical distances - shared experiences with family and friends. (h/t Jamil Zaki) From the Broadsheet, a daily newsletter from Fortune: "Several of you mentioned the soothing effect of listening to podcasts. Audio news and storytelling has become a commuting fixture for many of us, so it makes sense to incorporate them into your WFH...

We’re Here for You We get it. Depending on how much attention you’ve been paying to the news, you may be feeling anywhere from uncomfortable to mildly panicked. So, we’d like to share some thoughts on what is happening now, some ideas on how to think about it, and how to cope today and in the weeks ahead. BUT if the breaking news is leaving you feeling strained to a breaking point,...