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Questions for Reflection at the End of the Year

by Claire N. Scott, Ph.D.  As 2008 is nearing its end, it is a good opportunity to take time out to reflect on the year just past, remembering and considering all the things it held for us.  The questions that … Continue reading

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Allowing Animals into our Awareness

by Metta Sweet Johnson, LCSW, MAT Imagine for a moment this Earth without animals.  Forests, oceans and rivers, sky, plains and caves, empty of all the creatures that inhabit them.  No songs of birds, nor chirping crickets, nor barks of … Continue reading

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Choosing A Career That’s Right For You

by Molly Keeton, PhD When making a career choice, you must have knowledge of both yourself and the world of work. When you allow for exploration of both of these areas, you will be more likely to make an informed … Continue reading

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The Coming Out Stages

by Micky O’Leary, PhD The coming out process is best described as the internal and external experiences which accompany a person’s recognition of, or shift in, their sexual orientation. Researchers who have studied the coming out process have identified stages … Continue reading

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Boundaries

by Molly Keaton, PhD What is a boundary? All life forms have boundaries and each part of our bodies has physical limits, from the skin to the membranes covering nerves and muscles. When our physical boundaries are invaded (when we … Continue reading

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