A conversation with Dr. Susan Branco, a licensed professional counselor and researcher, about counseling transracial adoptees, race in adoption, and biculturation.
Check our Susan's website: http://adoptiontherapist.org/
Here are a few articles of Susan's in Counseling Today:
In this episode I am joined by Kelsi Macklin, a good friend and transracial adoptee. You can hear more about her story here: http://www.relevantmagazine.com/life/better-way-talk-about-adoption
Or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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A conversation with Dr. Everett Worthington – Commonwealth Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, in the Department of Psychology – on the jump from physicist to psychologist, the striking effectiveness of forgiveness in the emotional healing of our clients, and the REACH model of forgiveness.
* The title for this episode is taken from a quote attributed to Mark Twain: “Forgiveness Is the Fragrance the Violet Sheds on the Heel That Has Crushed It”
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A conversation with Dr. Raissa Miller - assistant professor of counseling at Boise State University - on the flexible brain, how your client's (and your!) limbic system goes into overdrive, the complexity of implicit and explicit memory, and why all of this in integral to your work as a counselor.
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A conversation with Dr. Steven C. Hayes - Nevada Foundation Professor at the Department of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno - on his own struggle with panic and anxiety, the history and development of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and how psychological flexibility can enhance your practice and just maybe change the world.