Are you sad? It's very understandable.
Today I'm in my office. I'm alone. I have no clients coming for sessions. I have several sessions in a row today, all online.
The pandemic is traumatizing. There is the global trauma that the world is experiencing together and then there are personal traumas.
As we go forward through this pandemic people are showing signs of entering into despair.
It’s normal that after a month of sheltering-in-place together, you will have conflict.
This pandemic has complicated bereavement and grieving. There are many factors that contribute to this.
When it comes to crises like the COVID-19 it’s easy to have “worst-case scenario thoughts” and slip into fatalistic thinking.
When we emerge from our current phase of the COVID-19 crisis, the emotional effects will last long after the crisis is over.
Our world has changed suddenly. Our former ways of living are no longer available to us. We are a world who is grieving.