Bill Doherty: New Perspectives on Couples Therapy Excerpt

Description: This continuing education webinar for counselors, therapists and social workers (LCSWs) is session 1 of New Perspectives on Practice: Couples Therapy Today and Tomorrow. It features William Doherty, Ph.D., a professor and director of the Citizen Professional Center at the University of Minnesota. His books include Take Back Your Marriage, Putting Children First, and Take Back Your Kids. His latest book is Family Therapy, with Susan McDaniel. The Couples Therapy webinar series is a 5-session streaming video webinar series that can be purchased with or without 6 CEs. The series features interview-style sessions with other leading therapists in the field, including Susan Johnson, Harville Hendrix, and Terry Real, with moderator Rich Simon. To learn more about this webinar visit here: www.psychotherapynetworker.org
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Single Payer Option is the only sane solution: Congratulations to President Obama, the Democrats and the Insurance Industry on the new Heath Care bill. Demand Health Care reform. Single Payer.

Single Payer Option is the only sane solution: Congratulations to President Obama, the Democrats and the Insurance Industry on the new Heath Care bill. Demand Health Care reform. Single Payer.
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Now please get busy and fix it so I can congratulate the American People.

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Twins, Rays prepare for day-night twin bill

Twins, Rays prepare for day-night twin bill
It’ll be a day-and-night affair for the Rays and Twins on a long Thursday of doubleheader baseball at Target Field in Minnesota. As a result of Tuesday’s rainout, Thursday will be all ball, all day and for most of the night, and it has altered the plans of both teams.
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Royals fall to .500 as skid reaches five
CLEVELAND (AP) — Kansas City’s fast start has faded just as quickly. The Royals are right back where they started the season — at .500.
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North Central Massachusetts Community Calendar
Today Simonds-Hurd classes, services: Yoga for Everyone will be held 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and costs $ 12 or $ 60 for a six-week series.
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Reader responses: India outraged at sex bill

Reader responses: India outraged at sex bill
Readers express their anger and dismay in an online petition over a proposed bill — Protection of Children From Sexual Offences Bill 2010 — that seeks to legalise non-penetrative sex with kids their age.
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Bullying twin makes girl’s life miserable
DEAR ANNIE: I have an 18-year-old fraternal twin sister. We have the same friends, the same classes and the same extracurriculars.
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Chick-fil-A counters criticism from gay rights groups
Chick-fil-A counters criticism from gay rights groups
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Bill targets teen dating violence

Bill targets teen dating violence
TRENTON New Jersey school districts may soon have to incorporate age-appropriate dating violence education into their middle and high school curriculums.
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Investing in area history
FRANKLIN — Hidden hallways, curvy catwalks and secret stairways dating back to the earliest days of postal service have fallen into the hands of three local businessmen who recently finalized a rare investment — made purely for the preservation of a historic downtown landmark.
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Service area boards connect residents, borough
There’s a numbers problem, one that borders on a civics issue, in the upcoming Oct. 5 election. Of the 28 seats open on various service area boards across the Kenai Peninsula Borough, there are only 22 candidates, and just four of the races are contested.
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