“Coping and Healing” is the name of the therapy groups I offer at the Primary Care Practice of a major teaching hospital in Boston.
Because I’d like as many people as possible to be coping and healing, I designed the flyer for Coping and Healing to invite everybody in.
Anybody interested in coping and healing would likely be on board with
- reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, or stress,
- doing more of what helps and less of what doesn’t help,
- getting back on track and moving forward, and
- having many options for when to attend the group.
Do you see signs of coping and healing in my other photos from yesterday?
Here‘s the Coping and Healing song I wrote last year (to the tune of “Mack the Knife”):
If your patients need support, dears,
For anxiety, depression or stress.
Coping and Healing is a group, dears,
They can start in a week or less.
It meets five times every week, dears,
And the patients can attend when they choose.
Good for sharing and learning skills, dears,
And it helps to deal with news and the blues.
Wednesday mornings, a-ha,
Twice on Thursdays,
And Fridays at lunch.
If you refer some patients to me,
We will all thank you a bunch.
© Ann Koplow, 2018
Sharing helps with coping and healing, so feel free to share any thoughts and feelings in a comment, below.
Gratitude is also good for coping and healing, so thanks to all who help me create these daily coping and healing posts, including YOU!