I survived the first week of distance learning…did you? Last week, I was asked to participate in an interview for a local paper about the impact of distance learning on children and working families, and more importantly, the barriers that may interfere with success. To read the article, please click here. Preparing for this interviewContinue reading “Distance Learning: What I’ve Learned After I’ve Survived the First Week”
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Online Counselling Sessions: How Technology has Made Support (Somewhat) Accessible to Clients During the Covid-19 Pandemic
This global pandemic has forced many of us to be creative and flexible with the way in which we complete our work. With most of us being asked to work from home, we are experiencing the challenges and conveniences of technology on a full-time basis – teleconferences, online training sessions, and, in my case, telemedicineContinue reading “Online Counselling Sessions: How Technology has Made Support (Somewhat) Accessible to Clients During the Covid-19 Pandemic”
Today, Be Kind to Yourself.
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. Buddha It is so easy to be hard on ourselves for not coping the way we think we “should” cope with these changes. In many of my sessions this week, the message that I have been consistently delivering is this:Continue reading “Today, Be Kind to Yourself.”
Pandemic Panic: The importance of exercising social responsibility and compassion during the Covid-19 Outbreak
Global Pandemic. Social Distancing. Panic Buying. State of Emergency. It seems like every time we turn on the television or visit social media and internet sites, we are bombarded with terms like these and daily statistics of cases and fatalities all over the world. How do we not panic, right? There are no subtleties toContinue reading “Pandemic Panic: The importance of exercising social responsibility and compassion during the Covid-19 Outbreak”