By: Cheryl Powell LMHC
About the Book
It is hard to believe that the most powerful country in the world could be brought to its knees by something so small and fragile it cannot be seen without the aid of a microscope…
But it did happen.
Indeed, the outbreak of COVID-19 seems to have brought the entire world to the point of collapse… serving as a bitter warning to future generations to be prepared.
In Pandemic 2020, Cheryl Powell LMHC combines research and statistics with personal knowledge and expertise as she documents one woman’s experience navigating the “new normal.” Written from the viewpoint of both observer and healthcare professional, Powell writes to ensure there is a record of our current experience for future generations, and to remind us all that we, as a species, can emerge from this crisis stronger than before.
About the Author
Cheryl Powell LMHC’s first career choice was nursing, working in a cancer research hospital in the Midwestern United States. This changed when she married and moved to England, where there was no reciprocity for American nurses. A mother of two, she raised her family in both the United States and the United Kingdom, working her way up to Senior Editor and Editorial Manager of a small American newspaper based in the UK. She obtained her Master’s degree in mental health and has been working for the past 11 years as a professional clinician, specializing in trauma.
Powell is a commissioner for the town’s Historic Commission, and their nominee to the Main Street and Waterfront Historic Commission, where she is serving her third term as Chairman. She enjoys writing, reading, skiing, travelling, cooking, mingling with friends, and most important, spending time with her family and grandson.
(2020, Paperback, 164 Pages)