As employers seek to maintain full business operations while adjusting work schedules and environments, they have quickly realized it is notbusiness as usual. Employees and supervisors may be experiencing increased anxiety and difficulties in productivity as we grieve the loss of life as we knew it. Self-care and resiliency practices can reduce absenteeism and turnover… read more»
As we traverse this new landscape, some will be surprised at their capacity to manage this crisis with calm next steps, while others may find themselves thinking “I thought I had gotten past some of these feelings and sensations.” Both responses are normal and make sense. A history of trauma can make everything feel like… read more»
Dear Friends, In my living room is a vase full of white tulips. This bouquet of sun-filled white tulips represent hope to me—something which may feel in short supply in this incredibly challenging time. Yet hope is not in short supply at the Wendt Center. And while the ways in which we are currently delivering… read more»
For most of us, life came to a screeching halt about two weeks ago when directives from public health officials introduced physical distancing. This new way of existing is designed to keep us physically healthy, but the impact on our emotional well-being is still unknown.