Sept. 21 - Our Easton Center is temporarily closed; all Easton patients with appointments will be contacted by our staff to reschedule them.


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Managing Anxiety About COVID-19

Staff Psychologist Joseph Magness, Ph.D. and Staff Therapist Nalini Sookdeo, LCSW-C discuss how to manage anxiety over COVID-19 and current events.


LGBT Anxiety About COVID-19 and Information for Trans Individuals

Staff Therapist Randall Leonard, LCSW-C, discusses ways to manage anxiety about COVID-19, as well as important information trans individuals should know.


Navigating Social Distancing and Self-Quarantine

Staff Therapist Ryan Heemann, LCPC, and Substance Use Therapist Cathi Medina, LCSW-C, discuss social distancing and ways to stay connected while staying home.

COVID-19 Risks for People Living with HIV

Dr. Sebastian Ruhs, our Interim Chief Medical Officer and Director of Infectious Diseases, answers a few common questions about the risks of COVID-19 for individuals living with HIV.

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Dr. Sebastian Ruhs, our Interim Chief Medical Officer and Director of Infectious Disease, and Mary Stagg, Infection Preventionist, discuss some commonly asked questions about the new coronavirus and COVID-19.


Reducing Kids' Anxiety About COVID-19

Maisha Davis, LCSW-C, our Director of Social Work and Outreach, discusses how to reduce your family's anxiety over COVID-19 and make a plan together!


Baltimore Sun: Dr. Bruno on How to Treat COVID-19 Symptoms

From The Baltimore Sun, Sunday, March 22, 2020:

“A lot of the self-care advice is the same no matter what it is, with the social distancing aspect to it if it’s coronavirus,” said Dr. Richard Bruno, a primary care doctor at Chase Brexton Health Services.

Washington Blade: Chase Brexton Responds to Coronavirus

From The Washington Blade, Tuesday, March 17, 2020:

Information on COVID-19 and HIV

Dr. Sebastian Ruhs, interim Chief Medical Officer and Director of Infectious Diseases, offered the following information for individuals living with HIV who are concerned about the effects of COVID-19.