During the Covid-19 Pandemic some people are drinking more or using other substances to help them cope with stress, anxiety, frustration, relationship problems, or previous trauma. These are challenging times, especially for people who have a history of substance over use or abuse, or who are uncertain about their income or work. Join Nurse Rona … Continued


In the three weeks since the brutal killing of George Floyd, hundreds of thousands of people entered the streets to express their outrage and sorrow, protesting against racism and police brutality. It has been inspiring to see such an outpouring of anti-racist solidarity. The protests most directly address the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, … Continued


On May 25th, George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, was brutally killed in Minneapolis by a White police officer, while three other officers stood by. In the intervening days, hundreds of thousands of people have entered the streets to express their outrage and sorrow, demonstrating against racism and police brutality. Before Floyd’s tragic death, we … Continued


We all have our “go-to” coping mechanisms. Some of these are healthy—mindfulness practices, journaling, and exercise, to name a few.  But most of us also have coping mechanisms we wish we didn’t turn to so easily, from eating too many baked goods and binge-watching all 11 years of Cheers, to reading too much news even … Continued