Email Etiquette Errors

As the average graduate-level counseling student, you grew up in the age of technology. Accustomed to the brief and real-time nature of such communications, however, you may fail to employ proper etiquette when sending professional emails. This could have detrimental affects to your career! Read this post to learn how not to make the most common email etiquette errors.
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Understanding and Treating Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. Treatment is very expensive; $25 billion per year is spent for social and medical management of people with TBI.
And there are a lot of these people: Two percent of the U.S. population live with TBI, including military members. This translates into 5.3 million Americans. Continue reading

Childhood Sexual Behavior: What is Appropriate?

As counselors, often you will be in a position to provide guidance to parents in your office. In this post, I will describe general recommendations regarding childhood sexuality and appropriate parental and sibling behavior.
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