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Mishka Clavijo Kimball —President's Message
“The time is always right, to do what is right.”— Martin Luther King Jr. February marked the start of Black History month, a time to remember, celebrate, honor and commemorate Black cultural heritage, excellence, and contributions to the world. It is also a time to reflect on history and social & racial injustice. Understanding Black history and learning . . . Read Mishka’s full message
|Madeline Taylor—January Membership Meeting Write-Up
If you’ve never had a course on how to treat infidelity, you’re not alone. Discussions among therapists regarding the treatment of affairs may not happen as often as affairs themselves. Dr. Talal Alsaleem, creator of SART, Systematic Affair Recovery Therapy, mentioned some statistics which illustrate . . . Read Madeline’s full write-up
|Board Minutes—January 2021
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|Charlyne Gelt—Penquim Bloom
Can one rebuild a life after a tragedy has shattered it? If one is struck down by a severe physical limitation and deep depression, is it possible that hope and happiness can ever again enter the picture? This is the question raised midway through the film, Penguin Bloom, based on a true story about a happy, healthy, loving family that experiences a tragedy . . . Read Charlyne’s full review
|Sue Cristol—What We Need to Know About Conspiracy Theories
I would like to begin by defining what a conspiracy theory is. A conspiracy theory explains important events such as secret plots by powerful groups wishing to do harm. It is a theory that alleges a secret of great importance is being hidden from the general public. Recent estimates indicate that a large percentage of Americans believe . . . Read Sue’s full article
|Lynne Azpeitia—Getting Paid: The Words You Use to Talk to Clients
As a mental health professional, the words you use in money conversations matter to you, your clients, your colleagues, your employers, and to your therapy practice. When communicating about money and therapy services it pays to pay attention to the language we use in our clinical role because the meaning our words convey can either increase or decrease the amount of money you are paid . . . Read Lynne’s full article
|Stefanie Gabler, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Stefanie Gabler is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who earned her M.S. in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy from California State University, Northridge. She also received a Pupil Personnel Services Credential for School Counseling and a B.A. in Counseling Psychology from CSUN. She spent five years at the LAPD Jeopardy Program where she provided personal, social, and academic counseling for at risk children . . . Read Stefanie’s full profile
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