Recent Research

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Where is God in the Midst of an Eating Disorder?

Sara Newhard, M.A. Want to hear more from Sara? She will be presenting at the 2017 AACC “Break Every Chain” World Conference, which will be held September 27-30 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN. Come hear Sara and hundreds of others at the AACC World Conference! Visit www.worldconference.net to register today!     […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Coaching for Resilience: An Interview with Jennifer Cisney Ellers

; Elizabeth: Jennifer what’s your journey? Can you give a little background about yourself and how you got involved in life coaching?   Jennifer: There were a few influences in my journey to adding Life Coaching to my list of skills. The biggest were two of my professional coaching colleagues who are also dear friends. […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Becoming Resilient

  Excerpted with permission from from Becoming Resilient (2017) by Donna Gibbs, LPCS, BCPCC, NCC   “Ladies and gentlemen, please rise and remove your caps for the singing of the National Anthem.” We’ve all heard this announcement at a ballgame or celebration. But do you ever wonder why you’re standing? Standing is considered appropriate in many […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
RECENT RESEARCH

Why are Females Being Missed on the Autism Spectrum (AS/ASD)? Part 2

Stephanie C. Holmes, BCCC, Certified Autism Specialist An Interview with author and advocate, Tracey Cohen Miss part 1? Read it here!   Continuing my interview with Tracey Cohen who was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 39, I asked Tracey about when parents should tell their child they are on the spectrum and how people react […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Three Signs Your Marriage Could Be Emotionally Bankrupt

 Lisa Murray, M.A.   It was the perfect day for a wedding. Their eyes were filled with love and longing, their dreams diffused by tint of their rose-colored glasses. Those early years together tore through like a whirlwind. The first little house, the first bouncing baby, the first big job promotion—it was all exciting, almost […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Why are Females being Missed on the Autism Spectrum (AS/ASD)? Part 1

Stephanie C. Holmes, BCCC, Certified Autism Specialist An Interview with author and advocate, Tracey Cohen   At a workshop I was teaching a few years ago, I shared a video interview of my daughter without identifying her as such. My daughter, who was 15 at the time, was discussing her challenges and struggles with Asperger’s […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
RECENT RESEARCH

Twilight Meditations

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Here Comes the Son

    Herb Stricklin, M.S.   One thing that is certain in life is that if a person tells you something once, it might be interesting. If they tell you something twice, it might be kind of important. If they tell you the same thing for a third time, they are making it clear that […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Forever Love

“He has also set eternity in the human heart.” Ecclesiastes 3:11 (NIV) This past week I was listening to a love song that spoke about eternal love as a bride and her husband started off their married life together. The melody itself was soulful, lilting, and even sorrowing as it moved through my mind. It […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
RECENT RESEARCH

Are Your Desires At Stake?

    An excerpt from Souls Like Stars: Renew Your Mind, Heal Your Heart, Unveil Your Shine by Margaret Nagib, PsyD.   God’s plan to give you the future you hope for involves allowing him to fulfill your deepest desires. You can’t know love without embracing them. They are good, and the fulfillment of them […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago