Meg Stafford has over 35 years experience as a clinical social worker, honing observations about people, and working in a variety of settings as large as Beth Israel, a Harvard Teaching Hospital, and as intimate as private practice.

As a result of her training in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting, she delivered talks on such topics as Leading From Within, and Developing Emotional Intelligence. She has also been a columnist for several newspapers over the span of the last nearly thirty years.

My Mother-Daughter Journeys Far From Home and Close to the Heart

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Creating space for Mother’s Day

  There, in a plain manilla envelope, I find a sheath of eight by ten black and white copies of ...
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From Motherhood Moment Blog: Book Nook

As she shares her family's experiences, Stafford reveals how the act of traveling with loved ones can be a transformative ...
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Student highlights the importance of cultural exchange

Sixteen year old Maria Qaiser is the definition of why exchange students are important. Hailing from Karachi, Pakistan, Maria has ...
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