Caring for Your Mental Health in 2021

Increased isolation, increased loneliness, decreased in person social interactions, a complete 180 shift in routines, strict/moderate quarantine rules, increased boredom, lack of physical movement (driving to the office, getting coffee, etc) and finally fear over everything, fear over that every social interaction could have consequences.  Sadly, the list just keeps going.  As the one-year anniversary … Read more

How to Cope with Stress from Covid-19

Pandemics like the one we are currently going through from the novel coronavirus, are stressful. Thousands of people have lost their lives, millions have gotten sick, and that’s just from the illness itself. The pandemic has harmed millions more people indirectly, through job losses, isolation, and food insecurity. “We are facing a national trauma, whether … Read more