Episode 2: Settling In For The Long Haul

About this Episode:

As the threat of COVID-19 became a stark reality in the U.S., we adopted social distancing and stay-at-home orders state-by-state as our best tools to slow the spread of the illness. Once thought of as drastic, short-term fixes, they are now our new way of life. In this episode, we talk about coping with physical isolation for the long haul and how we can come out of this challenge stronger as individuals and as a country.


Dr. Craig Sawchuk | Clinical Psychologist,  Mayo Clinic Rochester
Tetyana Shippee | Associate Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Kris Gorman | Educational Program Specialist, Center for Educational Innovation
Terri Esposito | Director of the Shoreline Early Childhood Development Center
Aileen Williams | Former Political Science teacher; Rochester, MN
James Williams | Kindergarten English Teacher; Dalian, China
John Finnegan| Dean and Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Michael Joyce |¬†Producer and Host of ‘Health in All Matters’ Podcast

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