Since March 2020, individuals, families, organizations, societies, and nations have been under tremendous stress. If it isn’t one thing, it seems like a hundred more: Natural disasters – wildfires, hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes.War – Ukraine and threats in the region, increased tension between China, Russia, and the world.Diseases galore: new COVID variants, monkeypox, return of polio, avian influenza spreading worldwide.Cyberattacks – ransomware, denial-of-service.Civil unrest – political violence, threat of a civil war, mass shootings.Economic pressures – inflation, supply-chain disruptions, economic uncertainty, market instability. You might be thinking, “This is a great time for our profession.” Anyone could simply look at the…
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