Current Counseling Realities with COVID
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect daily life. Like many of you, Olive Tree Counseling Center is monitoring the World Health Organization (WHO), regional news, and local news very closely. And as always, we are working closely with both those inquiring for counseling, and our staff, regarding safety and recommended protocols.
All our counseling is now primarily in person again, although we have a limited number of openings available for online intensives for those who are still unable to travel due to COVID-19.
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Adjusting to the “New Normal” by Lisa Green, LPC-MHSP, Executive Director
Ten Ways to Manage Stress in a COVID-19 World by John Leverington, LMFT, LPC, LCSW
That the Works of God Might be Revealed by Ruth Haley Barton
Love & Lament in March Madness by Curt Thompson
The Reason Zoom Video Chats Drain Are So Exhausting by BBC, Manyu Jiang
Stay-At-Home Stress by Connie Befus
Watch the Three Secrets of Resilient People by Dr. Lucy Hone, Director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience describe her own experience with loss and suffering.