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By: Cuf Ferguson, Ph.D., Co-President The two most powerful words in the English language, and for that matter in any language, are “Yes” and “No.” They literally create different realities. Saying, “Yes,” to a person, event, circumstance, or experience literally points us, and our consciousness,…
By: Lauren Ford, MMFT; Executive Board Member Adolescents are remarkable. They are charged with navigating enormous internal and external changes, all the while balancing academics, family obligations, sports, school clubs, leadership activities, community service, and active social lives. In western, post-industrial cultures, adolescents are learning…
Leland "Chip" Baggett, M.A., LPC, AHP Co. President:  Until I was eleven years old my life seemed pretty simple, happy, safe and not particularly remarkable. I was the youngest of three children. I adored my parents and felt utterly secure in their love for me.…
Carroy U. "Cuf" Ferguson, Ph. D., AHP Co-President: Growing up in the segregated South, with all of what that means (e.g., having to sit on the back of the bus; not being allowed to go in the front door of movie theaters; not being allowed…
By Lauren Ford, MFT Intern - When I was younger, I loved running through corn mazes set up at pumpkin patches in honor of Halloween. I ran in at a full sprint, fervently trying to outsmart the twisting labyrinth. Inevitably however, there would be that…

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