How in the world do we unpack from a pandemic? It’s an important question during a profoundly important time as the world contemplates decisions that when made, will once again shift the ground beneath our feet.
“We are tired of change. We are pandemic fatigued, we crave predictability, we want connection unfettered by mandates and limitations. We want to be done. But if the question is, how in the world is everyone at the same time unpack from a pandemic? Then the answer is they don’t,” says RANGE of Care host and psychotherapist Meg Curtain Rey-Bear.
Meg and Ingrid gather again to chat through this endless pandemic, chronic trauma, how to build resiliency, and the journey back: what happens for all of us when the world starts lifting mandates and shifting from pandemic to endemic.
They also talk about how adults with kids and teens, who have had crucial developmental moments interrupted for the past two years, might help hold space for processing this pandemic.
This is RANGE of Care, a series of conversations exploring the intersections of our mental health, the biology of human emotion, our body’s responses, and the social, cultural, political and environmental happenings in our communities. It’s hosted by Meg Curtain Rey-Bear, co-owner of Wellness Therapy Spokane and a longtime mental health advocate. Meg is joined by Ingrid Price, child psychotherapist and owner of the Giving Tree Wellness. Luke occasionally chimes in too.
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