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Promoting our Professional Colleagues and Their Practices

Promoting our Professional Colleagues and Their Practices Dr. Erica Goodstone Marketers do it.  Coaches do it.  Therapists, however, usually don’t promote and market each other’s books, events, and practices. As therapists, I believe we do a disservice to our clients and potential clients when we fail to adequately market and cross-promote one another’s wonderful healing […]

Bags, Boxes, Cans, and Jars

Bags, Boxes, Cans, and Jars Published April 21st, 2015 in Alternative Perspective, Eat for Health by Tammera J. Karr, PhD For years I have repeated the line to clients about clean the “bags, boxes, cans and jars” out of your diet, and more times than not I hear the response – “but there are healthy foods in […]

Doctors and Nurses: Culturally Aware, and Culturally Sensitive?

Doctors and Nurses: Culturally Aware, and Culturally Sensitive? By Dr. Jolene Oppawsky Abstract This article presents multicultural awareness and sensitivity as challenging parts of medical and nursing training.  Non-verbal communication and body language that have cultural implications are discussed.  Well-researched identity development models that help doctors and nurses understand their cultural identity development are identified. […]

Four Primary Domains That Provoke Life Satisfaction or Mental Illness

Four Primary Domains That Provoke Life Satisfaction or Mental Illness By Dr. Shannon Brookshire-Barnes Licensed Professional Counselor Board Certified Professional Counselor, BCPC Key words: Physical well-being, Psychological well-being, Social well-being, Spiritual well-being, Life satisfaction, Mental health Target Audience: Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists Program Level:  Basic Learning Objectives: To recognize how balance was assessed in […]