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Activating the covid net

When my 92 year old mother was diagnosed with covid 19, I reminded myself to ...

Unexpected learning in the wake of the election

I learned that the Biden/Harris ticket had won while driving and needed to pull over ...

Choices During Covid

In her interview with National Public Radio, Christina Koch remarked that one of the psychological ...
Meg Stafford

Toward a new equilibrium (from May 2020)

I had always tested squarely in the E column between Extrovert and Introvert. I was ...

Remembering Race

My daughter told me of a group with which she was studying the words of ...

Sticks and Stones: What’s in a Name?

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can cut to the quick. A ...

Ending the year with a Bang!

Their faces were a kaleidoscope of confusion, disbelief and then scarcely concealed mirth upon learning ...

Symphony of sounds delights more than the senses

My Juilliard trained dad was a concert oboist, and played with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic ...

The complicated scourge of plastic bags

Our town recently voted NOT to ban plastic bags as part of the check out ...

Learning from the tragedy of suicide

In the wake of the recent celebrity suicides, I have heard a number of people ...

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Meg is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over thirty-five years clinical experience. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Boston University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

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