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Reinventing Your Life in the Time of COVID
Featured Speaker: Lesley Jane Seymour  

When More Magazine ended its publication, women all over were upset.

Well, luckily Lesley Jane Seymour, the former editor of that magazine stepped in to fill that voice with Covey Club.

A Pandemic Problem for Older Workers: Will They Have to Retire Sooner?
Featured Speaker: Dorian Mintzer, M.S.W., Ph.D.  
COVID-19 has changed the narrative in a lot of ways, but how about those who are in the retirement stage? What does the pandemic mean for them?
Managing Your Anger in These Very Tough Times
Featured Speaker: Elizabeth Bernstein  
Elizabeth Bernstein has become a frequent guest on HER during the pandemic, discussing recent pieces from her Wall Street Journal column "Bonds", which focuses on how we can best relate to others and to ourselves.
Elders In The Time of COVID
Featured Speaker: Alison Gopnik  

Elders are important to a community, but now more than ever as we live through this historical and significant time. 


Going Out Of Your Skull With Boredom In The Era of COVID-19
Featured Speaker: Dr. John Eastwood  

The science of bordeom...wait, there's a science to that?! Of course, there is! 

Online Mental Health Therapy to Get You Through COVID
Featured Speaker: Amy Cirbus Ph.D, LMHC, LPC  

Is anxiety getting to you more than usual these days? Between the pandemic, politics, and our finances - there's no shortage of things to worry about lately. 

Why You’re Having Vivid Dreams During COVID
Featured Speaker: Deirdre Barrett, PhD.  

Have you been remembering more dreams? Are they weirdly COVID specific? You're not the only one.

Gratitude Helps You Become Powerfully Resilient
Featured Speaker: Elizabeth Bernstein  

It may feel like there is not much to be grateful for in the era of COVID 19, but finding those things may be key to getting through the pandemic, emotionally.

The Importance of Touch in the Time of COVID-19
Featured Speaker: Dr. Tiffany Field  

The era of COVID-19 is going to be here for a while, and the longer it goes on, the more we have to navigate and learn this new way of life.  

This Is Why COVID-19 Is Killing So Many Black People
Featured Speaker: Sabrina Strings, PhD.  
As a physician and a PEW scholar, Dr. Pam says we should be focusing on the insidious causes of disparities in healthcare access. So when she came across Dr. Sabrina Strings' latest piece in the New York Times, she had to have her on.
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