Dawn Delgado

LMFT, CEDS, EMDR therapist at Inspire Evolve Counseling

LMFT, CEDS, EMDR therapist at Inspire Evolve Counseling

Dawn Delgado on KCRW

Wildfires, record-breaking temperatures, unhealthy air, COVID-19, high unemployment, police violence — many people are feeling existential dread.

Therapist offers tips for coping with California wildfires, COVID-19 and unrest

Wildfires, record-breaking temperatures, unhealthy air, COVID-19, high unemployment, police violence — many people are feeling existential dread.

from Greater LA

As public health officials gradually lift some of the restrictions keeping people hunkered down at their homes, that could mean a boost to the economy – and your worries.

The stress from states reopening requires new coping skills, says therapist

As public health officials gradually lift some of the restrictions keeping people hunkered down at their homes, that could mean a boost to the economy – and your worries.

from Greater LA

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Category 10 and World War III are descriptions of what’s happening inside LA’s hospitals and morgues.

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Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley reportedly have no ICU space. Hospitals are creating special COVID-19 wards to handle the influx.

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Hundreds of thousands of California workers have applied for unemployment benefits, are eligible to receive them, but still haven’t been paid.

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Each year the Lown Institute calls for nominations from health care experts, journalists and others.

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Modern humans are an indoor species. In normal times, the majority of us spend nearly 90% of our time shuttling between our homes, schools, stores, restaurants, and gyms.

from Life Examined

Five new mass vaccination sites are opening today in LA County, and Angelenos ages 65 and up can start getting vaccinated this Thursday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Long Beach is already vaccinating residents ages 65 and older. Grocery store workers are making appointments, and educators start getting vaccinated next week.

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