As the pandemic continues and case numbers are on the rise, many people are facing another lockdown during the holiday season – and for a lot of them, feelings of isolation and sadness might be ramping back up.
That’s why today, we’d like to share something a little different with you.
During an interview a few months back, Peter Levine, PhD, paused to read the poem “Lockdown” by Brother Richard Hendrick, a Capuchin Franciscan living in Ireland.
It’s a reminder that even during times of fear, sickness, and even death, there are still reasons for hope and love. Have a listen.
Now we’d like to hear from you. How are you working with clients who have been struggling to find hope during the pandemic?
Please leave a comment below and let us know.
If you found this helpful, here are a few more resources you might be interested in:
When the COVID-19 Pandemic Leaves Us Feeling Helpless, with Bessel van der Kolk, MD
Feeling Stuck During the Pandemic: Specific Questions to Help Your Clients
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