Saul Rosenthal, PhD

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGIST

The world of work is suddenly different, thanks to COVID-19. Diane Wilson, licensed clinical professional counselor, career counselor, and executive coach steers us through the unknowns of employment’s new uncertainties.

Guest: Diane Wilson, LCPC

Read what Diane writes about pivoting in a world with the coronavirus.

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July 28th, 2020

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Preparing to go to college or to start your first job is a challenge in the best of circumstances. Becki Lauzon, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, provides guidance.

Guest: Becki Lauzon, CRC

Read what Becki has to say about choosing a transition program, and watch her on Facebook Live. If you live in Massachusetts (or want a good model, here’s some information about transitioning and available transition services in Massachusetts.

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July 14th, 2020

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Life is hard enough with the uncertainty and restrictions brought on by the pandemic. It’s harder for people with autism or executive function issues. Dr. Sophie Bellenis talks about ways to stay on track even when the normal schedules and expectations are up in the air.

Guest: Dr. Sophie Bellenis

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June 16th, 2020

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Dealing with chronic pain is difficult at the best of times. The coronavirus pandemic has made it even harder, with travel restrictions, health care providers canceling appointments, and all the increased stress we are all feeling. Dr. Kelly Wawrzyniak brings her expertise to a discussion about the best ways to take care of yourself, even while sheltering in place.

Guest: Kelly Wawrzyniak, PsyD

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June 9th, 2020

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Summer is coming! What is happening with summer camp? It’s moving online. Join Meghan Gardner, founder and CEO of Guardian Adventures, as she discusses adapting camp to the restrictions brought on by COVID-19.

Guest: Meghan Gardner

More about Guardian Adventures. See what it’s like on their Youtube Channel. And yes, Guardian Adventures really is in a castle.

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May 26th, 2020

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What does a global pandemic have in common with the planet’s changing climate and our response? Find out from Heather Goldstone, Chief of Communications at Woods Hole Research Center.

Guest: Heather Goldstone, PhD

More on climate change and COVID-19

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May 19th, 2020

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Discuss the particular needs of pre-teens who are sheltering in place with Tim Schuettge, LICSW. How can we supplement the role school normally plays in their lives and development?

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May 12th, 2020

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Stephanie Marcucci, parent and Head of Walnut Park Montessori School, discusses taking care of our young children. You don’t have to be a perfect parent to keep them safe, healthy, and happy.

May 5th, 2020

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Don’t forget about your romantic partner! Married therapists Dr. David Helfand and Anna Helfand talk about balancing the needs of relationships with the needs of work, school, family, and staying safe.

April 28th, 2020

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Dr. Katie Fleischman from Boston Children’s Hospital discusses the unique needs of parenting children with chronic health conditions, when everybody’s sheltering in place. She talks about specific strategies that help parents maintain treatment and their sanity.

April 21st, 2020

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