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St Paul Rodeo 062517
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, GENERAL MANAGER OF THE ST PAUL RODEO, AND NICK LADUKE, A PRCA COWBOY, ABOUT THE RODEO AND THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND, A NON-PROFIT HELPING INJURED RODEO PARTICIPANTS.
there will me made. 100% of the difference in the way my psychology was on that he'll have been and the way I got my my physical therapy and set up. Pilots of that's pretty
Wayfinding Academy 052117
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE JONES, FOUNDER, PRESIDENT, AND CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER AT WAYFINDING ACADEMY AND HAILEY MILLER, A STUDENT AT WAYFINDING, ABOUT THIS NEW, NON-PROFIT 2 YEAR COLLEGE IN PORTLAND AND THE PROGRAMS THEY OFFER TO STUDENTS.
pat Merrill Hearst university is to veto a legitimate field of study psychology . And. So. No most of our so the goalie says degree being self and society for Tsotsi only degree that is ever
and humanities class we have like math and science and humanities and psychology woven into each of the courses. So that they're learning it in and applied some sort of tied together way. And all
services some of whom are. Therapists. Or life coaches have backgrounds and psychology . And they described it as we're trying to concurrently build academic skills yes but also personal skills are professional skills. And I
Kinship House 120416
AN INTERVIEW WITH HEATHER JEFFERIES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT KINSHIP HOUSE, A MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC FOR FOSTER CHILDREN.
to mom it's. But attachment is actually. A bigger term in in psychology and in child development specifically. So attachment and as part of child development. Is when. The child is learning what to expect
Aim High 071716
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAN SIKKENS AND LUCAS STEUBER WITH AIM HIGH, A NON-PROFIT THAT OFFERS PROGRAMS TO AT-RISK YOUTH AND YOUTH WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WITH THEIR IGNITE PROGRAM.
I mean. There's a joke about speech pathology here occupational therapy your psychology that. When you're seeing a private practitioner and that they wanna keep you there is why he's big can't write his that'd
Sparks Of Hope 120615
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEE ANN MEAD, FOUNDER & PROGRAMS DIRECTOR AT SPARKS OF HOPE, A NON-PROFIT GIVING HOPE TO ABUSED CHILDREN.
something that they really. Seek to do is become a counselor or psychologist wanna help kids it's just something that is ingrained in them because they know the pain you know the hurt. So these
Warner Pacific College Diversity Education 11.9.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. DAYMOND GLENN, VICE PRESIDENT FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER, AND PROFESSOR OF URBAN STUDIES AT WARNER PACIFIC COLLEGE ABOUT HIS WORK IN THE AREA OF DIVERSITY ON AND OFF CAMPUS.
an amalgamation of a lot of courses from Europe and studies sociology psychology certainly studies. Blacks studies just kind of you know trying to understand the world from a from a lot of different perspectives
Cascadia Behavioral Health 10.5.14
An interview with Dr. Derald Walker, president and CEO of Cascadia, talking about suicide and suicide prevention.
a few years. Teaching suicide assessment prediction and intervention. And actually specialists psychologist for a period of time. Also practice and field. He was doing this for quite a while in the -- awhile. I've
Oregon Ballet Theater
A discussion with Anthony Jones, the new Director of the School of Oregon Ballet Theater, about his goals of his school overall, and about OBT’s latest production of the Nutcracker, playing through December 24th at the Keller Auditorium. www.obt.org
season right. There was the same -- -- doing theater and exercise psychology your idea -- BC's star had a scores people in the exact thing actually move up and probably -- one of leads
A discussion with Noah Enelow, an economist for Ecotrust’s Knowledge Systems Team, about fostering a natural model of development that creates more resilient communities, economies and ecosystems here and around the world. www.ecotrust.org
there. Clean water and the president of natural areas. I exactly the psychology profession increasingly technology that the presence of natural area it is very positive effect on the -- your physical or mental health.
Enjoy Your Wine More….Pair It With Music!
The British Journal of Psychology just published the findings of a study on how music affects how you taste wine. Professor Adrian North of Herriot-Watt University gave taste tests to 250 students – half male, half female – while playing music in the background. After five minutes the volunteers ...