Mental Health

Learning new logic in the older person

Why are you talking logic to a crazy person? This question was intoned by my ...

Learning from the tragedy of suicide

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

Planting seeds in Therapy

My last office was a long rectangle, with the entrance at the far end, and ...

Staying connected at 90

My soon-to-be 90 year old mom announced that her computer of several years was on ...

Delayed new year’s post…

In this time of New Year’s resolutions and personal industry, I am taking advantage of ...

A new way to view Pinktober

I recently commented on an online status of an artist friend who stated that she ...

The Importance of tears

A client once told me that his mother intentionally kept him from attending his grandfather’s ...

The Complexities of Healing

When I asked my physical therapist what she feels are the most important elements in ...

What’s in a Lash?

Eyelashes are not the most important piece of equipment that we carry, but their featherweight ...

A Young Life Lost to Drugs

We had last seen Garrett about ten years ago. He was a big, strong boy ...

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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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