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Educating the Education-indifferent: The “Why” and a Step Toward “How”

Individuals, who are under-educated, are more likely to be unemployed, under-employed and/or poor than their better educated counterparts. At an individual level, this under-educated condition makes demoralization and welfare-dependency more likely. At a societal level, this segment of the population … Continue reading

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A Principle Regarding Change?

“Children, like adults, seldom like to be shown they are wrong. They will often resort to desperate methods of discounting parental facts. Usually children already know very well the facts parents insist on teaching them, and resent the implication that … Continue reading

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The Value of Motivational Interviewing

From the earliest days of my work as a therapist, I have had a continuing interest in how best to increase “the watts of influence” and cost-effectiveness of what takes place in the encounter between any change agent and a … Continue reading

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Motivational Interviewing Training for CASA Volunteers

Motivational Interviewing Training for Court Appointed Special Advocates. E-mail ajb@oysterpointpsychological.com or call (804.435.6777) for a brochure. Share on Facebook

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