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A Painful Puzzle

By Debra K. Waranch, LCSW-C Every time a new mass shooting takes place…it gets people thinking.  Recently some news organizations tallied up that there were 74 incidents in this country since the devastation at Sandy Hook. A recent one that caught our attention happened on a college campus in California. When everyone talks about the …

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The Importance of Teaching that Everyone Counts

By Robyn Geller, Public Relations Coordinator It happened again…another senseless shooting…more helpless victims.  Six people were killed and 13 injured in the bloodshed near the University of California, Santa Barbara. When tragedies like this occur, we all want answers.  Why did this happen? What went wrong in the shooter’s life that laid the groundwork for …

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The Wounded Heart: The impact of verbal abuse on women in a “loving” relationship

By Helene Cooper, LCSW-C Most of us think of abuse as using physical force or the threat of physical harm to control or manipulate another person.  Movies, television dramas, and news reports encourage us to recognize the very real threat of domestic violence in relationships.  It’s much harder to identify, and to act on, the …

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