03Dec/20

The year in six-words

These six-word wrap-ups of the year are excerpted from a recent article in the New York Times on readers’ reasons for gratitude: The crinkling eye above the mask. A furtive hug withRead More…

23Jun/20

Resilience

As human beings, we are built to survive. “Resilience” is our natural capacity to cope with adversity. These simple acts grow everyday resilience: Feel positive emotions. Engage deeply in an activity. UseRead More…

01Apr/20

Local and short-term

One healthy way to approach life right now is from a local and short-term perspective. Local: Yourself, partner, family, friends, home, job Short-term: Right now and the foreseeable future In this way,Read More…

15Mar/19

Mindful Urgent Care

New York City’s first same day mental health services open in FiDi. Their first location in Great Neck, Long Island, Mindful Urgent Care evaluates patients for psychiatric medication and provides ongoing careRead More…

10Jul/18

Self-care

One way to understand self-care is that we matter. How we think, feel, live and act matters. It matters for our survival. A selfish act, self-care is the humane, steady and importantRead More…