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Nutrition Tips February, 2015: Dairy-Free Yogurt is Easy to Make

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD Years ago my dad gave me a food dehydrator as a gift. When he asked me for gift suggestions and I popped out with, “a food dehydrator,” he looked at me as if I had grown a second head. That may be because my mom was dead-set against practical gifts, […]

The Challenge of Burnout: An Ethical Perspective

  Michael W. Hayes, EdD, LPC, NCC, BCPC Assistant Professor & Coordinator of Practicum/Internships Lincoln Memorial University-Cedar Bluff This article reviews the literature of professional burnout since the inception of the term by Freudenberger (1974). The term burnout is defined and contrasted with other terms in the literature such as compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. […]

The Sound of Grief

By Jolene Oppawsky, PhD, LPC, ACS, DAPA This article presents a therapeutic activity to help children who have experienced grief and loss deal with their problems by using toy musical instruments as adjunct tools to therapy.  The purpose is to produce sounds that act as metaphors for children’s feelings.  Additionally, this group, family, or individual therapy […]