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Build a Thriving Practice in 2016

Build a Thriving Practice in 2016 by Erica Goodstone, PhD, LMHC, LMFT No matter how successful, or barely surviving, your therapeutic practice was during the past year, that year is now over.  Are you ready to begin anew, or are you carrying unresolved baggage from last year?  As therapists, we know the value of exploring […]

Liver, Simply Amazing

Liver, Simply Amazing Published May 19th, 2010 in Liver Health By Tammera J. Karr, MSHN, CNC, BCIH, CNW, CNH Most of us spend very little time thinking about our liver or any internal organs for that matter. In our pursuit for longevity, research talks about the brain and heart; and for good reason, but the livers vital […]

The Realities of a Global Epidemic: A Closer Look at Women’s Sexual Health

The Realities of a Global Epidemic: A Closer Look at Women’s Sexual Health Robert Jesky, Dip.Ac, BHSc, MMed, BCIH Abstract   Women’s sexual health ranks as one of the most prevalent health issues of the 21st century.  Social norms founded on precepts dating back centuries have shaped current and degrading views of women, and this […]

Silence is a Counseling Skill

Silence is a Counseling Skill Jolene Oppawsky PhD, LPC, ACS, DAPA Graduate Faculty and Clinical Supervisor Social Sciences University of Phoenix Tucson, Arizona Campus Abstract Listening is an active process, and an important technique in counseling.  This article evaluates the role of listening in counseling sessions and discusses common reasons for silences.  Theoretical views of […]