S1E5: When their world turns upside down

In this week’s interview, get a glimpse into the work of a clinician whose clients are in the midst of major life changes.  My good friend Emma is a clinician at a program for children in crisis, removed from their homes by the Department of Children and Family’s.  As you can imagine, emotions run high in this kind of setting.  How does Emma take care of herself while taking care of the emotional needs of these children?

One of her newest ventures is into Qigong, a Chinese system of physical exercises and breathing control related to tai chi.  Interested? Here’s a link to get you on your way:

The National Qigong association:


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