Nature

False starts with spring and easing of pandemic

There are more than a few parallels between spring in New England and our relationship ...

Ending the year with a Bang!

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

Scuba Do: Not a canine story

As much as I love the water and swimming, I have always held reserve about ...

That fighting spirit (among dogs)

Growing up in a family of two girls, we had some tussles, but by and ...

Planting seeds in Therapy

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

Panic and exhilaration at full gallop

I had been yearning to be back on a horse for years. Memories of my ...

New connection to an old friend

You think you know someone. Forty plus years of being friends, starting in college. Years ...

Heaven in Patagonia

After driving for four hours from El Calafate, Argentina through mile after mile of rolling ...

An image of youthful daring nurtured

I knew before walking into the gallery that the images greeting me would be spectacular. ...

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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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