June 21, 2022

The Dangerous Hypocrisy of Anti-Abortion Rhetoric: Protecting Abortion Access as Essential Healthcare

The push to overturn Roe v Wade has been a decades-long process, largely successfully implemented in practice by states that have made it incredibly difficult for […]
May 31, 2022

When Death is Difficult to Talk About: Addressing Death, Dying and Grief in the Workplace

About a month ago, I was on a coaching call with a client who shared with me that a colleague had recently died. I paused our […]
May 25, 2022

Yet Another Day of Mourning in America: Thoughts on May 2022

As we sit here the morning after the latest news of horrific, senseless, preventable murders, this time of kids (yet again), and on the second anniversary […]
March 10, 2022

Coping with Overwhelm: An Open Letter for March 2022

March is barely underway, but it has most definitely entered like a lion – any actual weather forecasts notwithstanding. As I’ve found myself doing so many […]
March 10, 2022

Working Through Crisis

It seems counterintuitive to be sitting in front of a screen (computer, phone, TV) while people are fighting for their existence, living on the streets with […]