Relationships in the age of COVID-19: Clinical psychotherapist gives advice

Janine Fisher standing beside a giant tree. On the right of the image, a red-haired and smiling Janine is wearing a black sweater over a colourful top. The tree is on the right of the image - a willow.
Waterloo region based clinical psychotherapist, Janine Fisher talks with CKMS about the effects COVID-19 has had on clients in her community. Image courtesy of Janine Fisher.
Krista Henry - CKMS - KitchenerON | 31-07-2021

Host: Krista Henry

How do couples cope with the stressful events of the COVID-19 pandemic? How will singles embark on dating as we emerge from months of lockdown measures?

Janine Fisher, a Waterloo-based clinical psychotherapist, talks about the effects COVID-19 has had on clients in her community. 

Fisher gives helpful advice for couples and singles on how to move forward as we embark on another phase of the new normal.

Tune in to the CKMS interview with Fisher below: 

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