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By |2016-11-26T15:51:48+00:00December 21st, 2014|Classes, Enjoy Life Book|8 Comments

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  1. Tina December 22, 2014 at 4:18 am - Reply

    What about something on new Medicare guidelines, recommendations for coding and billing for mental health services given a more strength based approach?

  2. Zak Zaklad December 22, 2014 at 7:54 am - Reply

    Happy holidays, Lynn. i’m hoping that in 2015 we will continue to help others and more people will join us.

  3. Ann Bullis December 22, 2014 at 12:08 pm - Reply

    I would like you to provide information or tips regarding ideas about putting together a Positive Psychology class as I intend to offer one at the College of Southern Nevada. Thanks and Happy Holidays to you!!

  4. Rachelle December 22, 2014 at 10:05 pm - Reply

    How can grandparents protect their grandchildren from dysfunctional parents, even after authorities are notified and do nothing. We get threatened that we won’t be allowed to see our grandkids. The kids are raising themselves. The 15 year old girl is depressed, got pregnant and kept the baby at age 14. Is taking after her parents and is on her cellphone instead of interacting with her 7 month old. The 12 year old boy has to go to a special school for behavior problems. No parental guidance at all. No help from county or police. Stressing us out so much it’s unbearable. Grandparents have little rights. The ex-felon dad who abused the kids has more and the neglectful mother knows he anused them and did nothing. What can we do to save these kids? Who do we need to call? They make us out to be the bad ones, use the kids as pawns. What can grandparents do to actually get help?

  5. Rachelle December 22, 2014 at 10:06 pm - Reply

    Need more resources for grandparent rights

  6. Perri December 24, 2014 at 9:17 am - Reply

    Lynn, I took your Positive Psychology workshop several years ago and still use the materials from it and hand-outs you provided. I think anything in the field is useful in a short hand-out form because we are all so inundated with information these days that less is better.

    I also would like to see a movement by therapists, as an earlier post suggested, to reinstate grandparents rights. In my state, Alabama, we had them at one time but no longer. Any ideas would be appreciated.

    Excited about your new blog post. Thanks for all that you do for our profession.

  7. sandy January 7, 2015 at 8:16 am - Reply

    I did purchase Autogenic Healing course. I’d combed the library & other on line courses but could never find one that seemed to meet my needs. Your course presented multiple views & was more focused encouraging the listener to “find the best fit.” 1. I’ve never purchased an on line course before. I would be willing to take another one of your courses. 2. Your calm gentle manner is helpful to me. I like the way you use everyday examples from both your life & clinical practice. Thank-you for your time & effort to solicit our opinions.

    Sandy Latta

    • Dr.J January 12, 2015 at 9:19 am - Reply

      This is certainly heartwarming. Thank you for such kind words.

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