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Category: Mental Health
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Education and Training At the moment, educational qualifications vary greatly for people practising as family and marriage counsellors.There are currently no regulations governing those working in this field in B.C. although this situation is under review by the Health Professions Council. In some work settings a two-year diploma related to social services or a bachelor's degree in Psychology or Social Work, plus several years related experience, may be sufficient. However, a master's ..
Louie Nunn: A Young Man Louie B. Nunn was born 8 March 1924 in Park, Kentucky. Nunn graduated from the Hiseville High in 1941. Upon graduation, Nunn entered Bowling Green Business University, but left when the United States entered World War II. Following the war, Nunn enrolled in the University of Cincinnatti, then moved to a small college in Charleston, West Virginia. Eventually, Nunn entered the University of Louisville Law School and graduated in 1950. After graduation, a young ..
, Is It "Right"? By Stephen Alger Two hundred and twenty-nine years ago, in the year 1776, a group of men representing the persons and feelings of the colonies of America got together and drafted a declaration demandingrights and freedoms given by God to each and every human being who had ever lived or died. Twelve years later, another group of men representing the same piece of land but a completely different future got together to promise its 2.2 millionIs it really a child that she's ..
Young Ladies learn from TV Star's Sad Tale - The New Australian Patriot Magazine, Melbourne Cup Day. Nov 7 2006 Fans of Corinne Grant, a host of the now cancelled ABC show, the Glasshouse, and once a regular on Channel 10's Rove show, have expressed dismay at her recent illness. Grant was last seen in fine form during her last TV apperance on "the Glasshouse" sometime last year. On fire that night, she had reeled off some cutting jokes and comments in bad faith, on issues ranging from the ..
Now I don’t know, but I have a feeling that proclaiming yourself a fascist will not get you votes. But then, this is America. Grimes was the minor party US presidential candidate for the ‘Unite Fascist Union’ party ticket who ran in the 1996-2004 elections. Surprisingly he achieved 6th place in 2000. Scary. His campaign ideas include abolishing Christianty and replacing it with classical Roman Paganism and creating a political system of based on Mussolini's example. His vision for America ..
NSPCC - NSPCC calls on Government to act on child abuse deaths Donna Anthony Appeal Children's manifesto welcomed but moreNSPCC says child contact bill puts children at risk Statement Welcoming the Children Commissioner for England Election should be fought on children's issues, new survey reveals welcomes Internet action to protect children from abuse Children and Young People to Benefit from Charities' New IT Companyunjust, warns NSPCC Children's charities call for urgent reviewchild ..
Take only as directed While Hollywood dishes out its own War Against Terrorism a la Denzel Washington, we can look forward to at least one good release this year – Prozac Nation. Based on Elizabeth Wurtzel’s biographical novel of the same name, the film opened in cinemas around America last month. It is directed by Erik Skjoldbaejrg for Miramax Films, and stars Christina Ricci, Jessica Lange, Jason Biggs, Anne Heche and Johnathan Rhys-Myers. Since its release in 1994, Wurtzel’s Prozac ..
Goa Hotels and Apartments Uncovered - The real truth about package holidays hotels and apartments Diesal, Oakley etc) bags, sun glasses are readily available. Worth getting glasses, I paid a 1/4 of what I would pay in a UK opticians and v quick service. Temp was 30+ every day and it only rained once which was overnight. All the peoplemanaged hotel, miles from anywhere. If I had booked it at the brochure price, you would have heard me complaining back in the UK. As a cheap last minute hotel ..
To coincide with International Youth Day, Thursday August 12th, Pulse is publishing a series of articles by young people examining their role in contemporary Australia. Here, Monash University student Jessie Taylor looks at an incident that inspired her own involvement in her community. It’s hard to imagine a better place to grow up than Australia. Liberal democracy, freedom of thought, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of almost anything. Home of strange weather, Steve Irwin, ..
First thing this morning I saw the doco Black Sun about New York painter Hughes de Montalembert dealing with becoming blind after a crazy man attacked him with paint thinner in 1978. Told entirely through his own narrative, and with accompanying semi-psychedelic imagery, we got a great understanding of how his courage and outlook helped him learn to do everything again, and we went onto travel the world alone and write several books. The only thing missing from this film was Hughes himself. ..