The Essential Lighter Side

The Essential Lighter Side: Family Counselor Caroline

May 19, 2020 Jay Casale Season 5 Episode 35
The Essential Lighter Side
The Essential Lighter Side: Family Counselor Caroline
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The Essential Lighter Side
The Essential Lighter Side: Family Counselor Caroline
May 19, 2020 Season 5 Episode 35
Jay Casale

Caroline is a Family Counselor and therapist in an area of California with a 90% percent poverty rate. She sees firsthand the children who are unable to do their work remotely because they don't have computers. Or internet. She counsels families who are having a hard time finding a way to eat during this pandemic. She sees reports of abuse on a daily basis, exacerbated by the quarantine. Caroline deals every day with victims of the COVID-19 epidemic who may never get the virus, but whose lives will never ever be the same.

Caroline is a true hero. She has had to do some work on her own mental health to be able to have the fortitude to do her job every day. She is as essential as they come. Of course we laughed, but this was the first time I almost couldn't go on with the interview from being so overwhelmed with emotion for these kids. These children need their stories to be told. Please help us to get them out.

You can help children across America by visiting Feeding America and donating. 

Show Notes

Caroline is a Family Counselor and therapist in an area of California with a 90% percent poverty rate. She sees firsthand the children who are unable to do their work remotely because they don't have computers. Or internet. She counsels families who are having a hard time finding a way to eat during this pandemic. She sees reports of abuse on a daily basis, exacerbated by the quarantine. Caroline deals every day with victims of the COVID-19 epidemic who may never get the virus, but whose lives will never ever be the same.

Caroline is a true hero. She has had to do some work on her own mental health to be able to have the fortitude to do her job every day. She is as essential as they come. Of course we laughed, but this was the first time I almost couldn't go on with the interview from being so overwhelmed with emotion for these kids. These children need their stories to be told. Please help us to get them out.

You can help children across America by visiting Feeding America and donating. 

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