Small Moments in Time

Planting seeds in Therapy

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

The New world of feedback

I have long been a proponent of feedback. Years before my training as an executive ...

Reaching from afar

I did not plan to be away during the inauguration and following rallies and marches. ...

Another day in paradise

If you had told me a month ago that I would dump my beloved WRX ...

Driving for Distraction

I have always loved to drive. I grew up learning on VW Bugs and Toyota ...

The More Things Change….

I’m someone who likes change. I enjoy variety in my food, in my work outs, ...

A Rare Friend Indeed

“I will need to take you to every house in the village!” my daughter Gale ...

Living in a Material World

I reached into my bag to grab my wallet and pay for the food supplement ...

The Pool Frog and Other Late Summer Perils

  People do not typically consider frogs to be wily animals, but I am here ...

Stellar Fourth of July Reflections..

It had been some years since we were able to view fireworks in person, and ...

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About Meg

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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