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College Scary?

College Scary?

College is scary. For parents. For high school students applying. For students already enrolled. It seems that every time I hear a news story about “college” lately, the undertone is fear. This was especially the case as I watched our local news one morning recently. The headline stories included: the stabbing of a student at […]

Physician Practice Management — A New Chapter

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Meeting the Demands for All-Natural Foods and Beverages

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China’s Automotive Aftermarket: A Strategic Opportunity

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Educational Consulting Tools of the Trade

Educational Consulting Tools of the Trade

Educational consulting is not a science in the literal sense of the word. There are a myriad of factors to consider when placing a client; therefore the more tools we have, the better equipped we are to ensure that we provide families with the most viable options. One such tool is the Goldberg Educational Placement […]

Cyber-Bullying | In Your Face… book!

Cyber-Bullying | In Your Face… book!

We have always heard stories about kids saying unkind things to others. Remember reciting “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names can never hurt me”? Never did I imagine I would become nostalgic for that. Unfortunately as media and technology have become more sophisticated so have those who hurl insults at others. In […]

Roadblocks and Alternative Paths to a Healthy Senior Housing Market

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On Visiting Wilderness Programs

On Visiting Wilderness Programs

Over a year ago I started taking a new approach to visiting wilderness therapy programs. Rather than simply visiting the administrative office or taking a quick trip out into the field to observe a group of kids, I wanted to experience first hand what it was like to go through the program itself. Now when […]

The Anatomy of Our Own Personal Crisis

The Anatomy of Our Own Personal Crisis

Dad was failing rapidly and needed a new kidney. The world stopped. Nothing else mattered. We came together… Enter team #1, a hospital whose philosophy and practice revolved around looking to our family’s decision-making process: “Which of the three sons (all anatomical matches) would step up to be the donor?” “How would we manage the […]

Wilderness High?

Wilderness High?

No, this blog is not about a new concept for a high school. Nor is it about getting intoxicated in the woods. “Wilderness high” is the incredible feeling that participants with a successful wilderness experience feel upon completion of a specialized outdoor therapeutic experience. The feelings of confidence and competence, the feelings of “can do” […]

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