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Zumba for a cause

  There were people of every age, shape, and variety of colorful clothing shakin' it ...

Stirring Concert at Samuel Bak Museum At Vivace Vilnius Festival

The August 3rd concert of Vivace Vilnius was a testament to the strength of the ...

Let them eat cake!!

As I was pulling out my battered Rosie's Bakery book to make a cake for ...

In Honor of Mother’s Day

It’s hard not to lapse into platitudes when talking about mothers. Most of us have ...

A Shot in the Dark

It hadn’t occurred to me that I was eligible for the covid 19 vaccine until ...

Surprisingly in the pink

I had completely forgotten that Pinktober was approaching until a client (herself a rider of ...

A New York State of Mind

It is all about expectation, whether it is a medical procedure, a holiday dinner, or ...

Here’s to the transition of graduation!!

I love transitions. I find them fascinating: it is a time in people’s lives when ...

Reflections on Relay for Life

I have become accustomed to the enthusiasm that surrounds and buoys the Relay for Life ...

You go, Angelina!

I am appreciating the bold move by Angelina Jolie to go public with her medical ...

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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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