Most Frequently Viewed Resources
Is Hope the New Antibody for Physical Illness
This inspiring and guiding essay concerns the powerful role played by hope in addressing the challenge of any physical illness
COVID-19: Anxiety and Stress
This essay on the website opens the door to a series of essays (includes videocasts) about ways in which to cope with the psychological impact of the virus.
Action to be Taken about the COVID-19 Virus
This page on the website opens the door to a series of resources offering a number of steps that can be taken at many levels to reduce the negative personal and societal impact of the virus
This page on the website opens the door to a series of resources that inspire and guide us toward hope (and healing) regarding the virus.
Recently Posted Resources
In the midst of the stress and challenges associated with COVID-19, one can find sanctuary in the engagement of meditation–such as we offer here.
The Global Psychology Task Force explores the powerful interweaving of three disruptive systems: the COVID-19 virus, the race riots and accompanying police abuse, and governmental ineptitude and corruption.
COVID 19: Organizational Challenges and Opportunities
Two experienced organizational consultants and leadership coaches reflect on the long-term changes that are likely (or could) occur in organizations of all sizes after the virua’s impact has subsided.
What Has The COVID-19 Virus Taught Us in Our Life?
Our colleague in Singapore reflects on the ways in which we can learn (and improve) from our experiences with the virus.
This essay provides diverse perspectives on COVID-19 policies, leading to identification of four choices regarding policy.
Dr. Sunita Rai offers advice about how to mindfully reduce the stress and a prayer in Sanskrit (with English translation) that serves as a thoughtful guide.
Leadership and Strategies of four kinds are mapped out as effective responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
During this time of tension and uncertainty, here are some suggestions, based on traditional Chinese wisdom, regarding the creation and alternative of rituals in one’s life and especially in one’s family.
Until recently, Communities Collaborating was facilitating the building of a coalition among small, often isolated communities across the United States. These communities are often “islands” (whether surrounded by water or unoccupied land) and offer distinctive local services–often serving as communities of heart.
While this collaboration is still of great value, there is now a much more pressing and urgent need for collaboration: the health care challenges associated with the coronavirus. Consequently, Communities Collaborating has provided its website to a newly organized task force called “The Pandemic: Hope and Action.” This task force, constituted of experienced human service professionals from throughout the world, offers advice and support regarding the psychological challenges associated with the virus.