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How are you?

July 9, 2020 by Patricia Omidian

I don’t know how to answer this.  Where do I start to even answer this question? How much time do we have? How well do I know you so that I can gauge how much to tell you? Maybe you are asking after my health. I can say: I am fine. […]

How to cultivate safeness in uncertain times: a postscript…

July 6, 2020 by Catherine Rowan

I was asked to provide some suggestions of book to read that might provide further information on what is now often called relational neurobiology or interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB).  The books listed below having one * are easy to read and accessible. Those with ** are more heavy-weight.  Daniel Siegel Mindsight […]

    Masks and Mass Graves

    July 4, 2020 by Jennifer Joy

    I’m a New Yorker and I want to talk about the frustration many in our country feel about masks and “stay-at-home” orders. First – I get it. I’m restless too. I’m lonely. I hate staying at home. I want to be out – going to plays and the gym and […]


      June 28, 2020 by Anna Willman

      A few weeks ago a group of CoronaPlaza volunteers and staff got a bit sidetracked from tasks at hand into a vigorous discussion about the “new norm” expected to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic: What it was likely to look like, what we wanted it to look like, what we […]

        Out of the mouths of babes…

        June 23, 2020 by Catherine Rowan

        The one person I have come across, in this whole Covid-lockdown thing, who really seems to nail what exactly is wrong for us all is my 4 year old grand-daughter Meg. I finally got to see her a couple of weeks ago as the English government then “unlocked” us to […]

          Time for a haircut?

          May 12, 2020 by Patricia Omidian

          So! It’s been a couple of months since I got to walk into my favorite hair salon and get a cut from one of the few people on the planet capable of giving my thick and straight as a board hair the cut that works. With any other person, I […]


            May 10, 2020 by Derek Mc Donnell

            And that may be a good thing Life has paused, the world has stood still, it has frozen with fear, we have frozen with fear, with the presence of the Coronavirus.  Its power so profound. It has such power to take life. And how it has taken so many lives […]

              How are all y’all doin?

              April 19, 2020 by Patricia Omidian

              I read the news and worry. So many people are tired of being told to stay home. Even TV pundits are speaking out, wondering if we need to stay isolated. People are shown in the streets–claiming their “constitutional rights.”  This reaction is no surprise.  The analogy for me is the […]

                New ways to connect

                April 10, 2020 by Patricia Omidian

                Somehow, in spite of the distance between us and the glitches in the technology, I feel like I am connected to people I am meeting around the world. As I do each webinar, as a facilitator or as a participant, I feel like I am grounded in the present and […]

                Let’s dance

                April 8, 2020 by Martin Vremec

                After 21 hours straight of coding, lets dance. finally ready to take off and to dance while taking off. 😉 We are now starting to get in touch with all the people (many! Thank You!) who have sent us the “Work With Us” form. So expect to hear from […]

                About ZOOM

                April 7, 2020 by Martin Vremec

                As you may have heard, the Zoom platform is taking some heat in the mainstream media lately. You can read more about “what they say” here: Of course the Zoom’s company is in full damage control, as you can see at their blog. So, let me share a […]

                Sunday: what’s new

                April 5, 2020 by Martin Vremec

                We’ve published a new version of the website that fixes some issues and makes the life a little bit easier for everybody who is using it. 😉 Under normal circumstances, a website such as this would require months of planning and development. We launched it in a little bit more […]

                  Wellcome to

                  April 1, 2020 by Martin Vremec

                  Today is the first day of April. April’s Fool. And the launch of CoronaPlaza.Life. The Fool is a very ancient Archetype (“archetype” comes from ancient Greek “arché” that means “principle”, “basic entity” and “typos” that means “a model”, “a form/shape”) and from this Archetype comes the Joker card. A card that […]