A vital source of relational therapy within the community.
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  • June 16, 2017
    Combat Trauma and Traumatic Brain Injury

    Due to the increasing efficacy of protective equipment (e.g., Kevlar body armor and helmets), an increasing number of service members are surviving combat-related injuries (Taber & Hurley, 2010).  However, these survivors often have other injuries that would have resulted in death in previous theaters (Owens et al, 2008).  The most visible of these injuries are […]

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  • June 11, 2017
    He said She said

    He said She said She said We who identify as relational healers need to know, there’s a new challenge to relationships, and it’s serious: the Bubble Phenomenon. It’s dividing families, communities and our country. It’s not just about our differences – it’s about what we’re doing with our differences. In today’s world of social media, […]

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  • June 4, 2017
    Six Keys to Effective and Efficient Private Practice Marketing

      Having conducted a highly successful private practice for nearly 40 years, with experience and research I learned the keys to effective and efficient private practice marketing: Think like an MBA. Most mental health providers never had a course in business, management, or marketing.  In fact, most mental health practitioners dislike business and abhor marketing.  […]

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