Now What? Living in a Covid19-Governed World

Now What? Reflections on Life Now as It Is….

This is real. Life as we knew it is shutting down and we find ourselves more and more shut off from one another. We are in the middle of a pandemic and suddenly, abruptly our lives are becoming what we have only seen on screen in the movies. Its surreal, things are slower, its eerie and scary, its isolating, its quiet and so much more. Now what?

With more and more restrictions imposed each day, as the numbers of the spread … Read More

Ways to Manage Your Worry, Fear and Panic During Coronavirus

We are writing to you to address this unusual time we all find ourselves in with the rise of Coronavirus in our world and community. As new information and realities of the spread of this virus grows, and while uncertainty for exactly what or how this will unfold persists, anxiety, fear and panic have also been swelling. We wanted to offer some words and suggestions that we hope can help you and your loved ones better navigate this period of not-knowing where or what will happen next, because we understand Read More

Thank you John, the Doorman

At the age of 10, after my parents split, I chose to live with my father. It was the mid-80’s and we moved into a full-service building that had doormen. This was good because my father worked, and I spent a number of hours home alone with the condo staff to keep an eye on me. It was a safe environment. Lest you worry I was hurt in any way, I was not.

I was just emerging from a fraught and unamicable divorce in which I was privy to adult … Read More

Warding off Isolation , Addiction and Danger in the Age of Technology: What Can We Do as Parents?

Our children are facing a unique experience of childhood in the age of technology and fast data. The advancements in technology and the proliferation and reach of social media has not only added new dimensions, gifts as well as dangers, but they are also changing the tapestry of relationships and what it means to form relationships thereby impacting our children’s social emotional development. As if caring for a little person and raising them to be the best human being they can be isn’t challenging enough in its own right, doing … Read More

Mother’s Day 2017

 

The Team at BHAVA Therapy Groupwould like to take a moment to honor all that it means to be mother, especially since we understand that Mother’s Day can bring up a host of different feelings for different people depending upon their circumstances.

As much as we understand and celebrate with you the love, joy, excitement, silly times and fulfillment that comes from mothering our children we are also fully aware of and believe it important to note the challenges, the madness, the self-doubt, heartbreaks and pains and the exhaustion (the

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