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A Year of Creative Escape

“You’ll make art every week for the next year,” said nobody to me in May 2020. I didn’t say it to myself, either. I didn’t seek pandemic productivity or look to have something to show come the after-times. We were …

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Recent Work | “Resilience in the Aftermath”

After a school or community shooting, school counselors need to help themselves and other adults in the school heal first.

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Singing in Times of Trouble

In this time of separation and danger, our singing echoes the ancient voices that sang to ward off the plague. Now as then, singing can strengthen us and connect us even as we stay apart.

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Working with Wordplay

A vengeful donut lover and a boy who embraces his destiny were the subjects of two micro-stories I wrote on my recent writing retreat.

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Recent Work | “Measures Make the Difference”

Your data has power. Every day, physical therapists use data from patient measures to guide treatment decisions. But those measures—and every piece of information that goes into a patient’s chart—can do more.

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Recent Work | “Passion and Purpose Drive Pro Bono Service”

In any field, our passions can drive a commitment to giving back to the community–locally, nationally, or internationally.

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