A Therapist’s Reflection on COVID-19- A Time for Pause and Self-Work

I wanted to write something instructive and useful during this pandemic of COVID-19 which is affecting all of us at this time. At the time of this writing, a large part of Canada is shutting down schools, workplaces and environments which have the potential of spreading this virus. While most of my clients are still coming in person to see me, many have opted for … Continue reading A Therapist’s Reflection on COVID-19- A Time for Pause and Self-Work

A Poem About Covid-19

LockdownYes there is fear.Yes there is isolation.Yes there is panic buying.Yes there is sickness.Yes there is even death.But,They say that in Wuhan after so many years of noiseYou can hear the birds again.They say that after just a few weeks of quietThe sky is no longer thick with fumesBut blue and grey and clear.They say that in the streets of AssisiPeople are singing to each … Continue reading A Poem About Covid-19

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COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Future of Clinical Trials

“What was the address again?”  In what became a ritual prior to any physician appointment, I would look up the office address, choose whether I should walk, take public transportation, or drive, determine the optimal route for the time of day, calculate how much time I would have to be away from work, and brace myself for the ensuing anxiety associated with an in-person visit. … Continue reading COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Future of Clinical Trials