#PremiseCares: Behavioral Health Provider Shares Her Learnings From The COVID-19 Pandemic
Julie Bulitt, a Premise Health behavioral health provider, recently wrote an article for the Baltimore Sun about the things she and her husband will miss from COVID-19. Julie says that her work at Premise as a counselor has allowed her to see and hear up close what people have been experiencing during the pandemic.
“While much of what I hear from clients is stressful and causing anxiety, I have seen the positive aspect of what COVID-19 has done for relationships. My husband, a divorce lawyer, has also seen how the pandemic has affected his clients,” said Julie. “Together, we decided to write about what we have been seeing.”
In the article, Julie explains that this pandemic sent a clear message to anyone who was listening – slow down, appreciate your life, put your arms around your loved ones.
“There is an adage that ‘all good things must come to an end.’ No one will ever say that COVID was a good thing, but it most certainly will come to an end. What about all that we learned and did and gained from all of this time we had with our families and loved ones?… Will that too come to an end? We hope not.”
Thank you, Julie, for supporting our members through this challenging year.