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Spring 2010

I have five kids and I did it. It was not always easy, but whenever social workers or therapists who are moms, or who want to be moms, ask me how I built a full-time private practice with small children at home, I am quick to say that it really is po more

Careers

Although Americans move about and resettle more than people from any other country, the trend for current elders and baby boomers is to reside in their original communities as they age. In fact, the trend of “aging in place” has raised more and more more

Practice

Aside from clinical training and experience, the one skill a clinician must develop is that of communication. That sounds simple enough—talking and hearing. These abilities are not enough. Let’s look at the ability to LISTEN with purpose and SPEAK more

Practice

Aside from clinical training and experience, the one skill a clinician must develop is that of communication. That sounds simple enough—talking and hearing. These abilities are not enough. Let’s look at the ability to LISTEN with purpose and SPEAK wi more

Practice

The end of graduate school is so near, and for the first time, I am contemplating what it will be like when it’s all over. I’ve ordered my cap and gown for the big day: May 8, 2010, at 10 a.m. I am graduating with highest honors–in the top 10 percent more

Education & Credentials

It feels as if this new-found friend has assumed the role of being your self-appointed supervisor (aka: SAS). You are not quite sure when, why, how, or what happened, but suddenly it seems that SAS knows what is best. Your SAS tells you how you more

Field Placement

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