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1. Writing To Heal, Writing To Grow
Since 1993 Margie Davis has created and conducted personal writing courses at senior centers, adult education centers, hospitals, clinics, and on the Internet.
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Therapeutic, personal essay writing courses to examine and understand life's events
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Retirement Communities, Senior Centers, and Assisted Living Communities Are your seniors tired of bingo Stimulate
them with easy-to-lead, innovative life enrichment programs Since 1993 Margie Davis has created and conducted personal writing courses at senior centers, adult education centers, hospitals, clinics, and on the Internet. Growing demand for her entertaining and educational programs has prompted her to grant licenses for the Memoirs for Seniors programs to retirement communities and senior centers. Attract active seniors to your center with the Memoirs for Seniors series Loves of My Life A fun and stimulating four-week (1.5 hours each session) writing and discussion program for people who have done a lot of lovingof people, places, and possessions. This course is designed for adults aged mid-life or older and can easily be led by a facilitator or member of the group. Homework writing assignments help participants recall their passions for people, places, and things. Classroom discussion stems from what they wrote for homework. You'll get to know people in a whole different way, and you may even acquire a new passion of your ow

2. Centers, Clinics And Programs At The University Of Colorado School Of Law
Alumni/Development. Legal Community. centers/clinics/Programs. Library Calendar. Search Whether it be research, brief writing, document compilation, investigation, etc
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July 28, 2003 The University of Colorado Law School's Lend-A-Law-Student Program is designed to assist Colorado attorneys that are doing pro bono or reduced fee work. If you are a Colorado Attorney, anywhere in the state, and could use assistance with any aspect of your pro bono project, we are here to help. Whether it be research, brief writing, document compilation, investigation, etc. the students at Colorado's law school are available to help you. Additionally, contact us if you work with a non-profit organization and need law student volunteers. PLEASE NOTE: The students are volunteers. Although we will do our best, we can not guarantee that a student will be available to assist with your particular project.

3. Resource Management - Student Centers And Clinics
Assistance with writing skills. Resources/References. All centers and clinics listed above are campusbased available to all WMU enrolled students.
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A Where to Go Guide for Incoming College Freshmen Definition Explanation: Objectives/Goals: Benefits include (but are not limited to) learning where to go to receiving assistance for needed services. Highlights The three main student centers are the the Division of Student Affairs Center for Academic Support Programs (CASP) Email or web page
Division of Student Affairs
off-campus housing Center for Academic Support Programs (CASP) h ttp:// seminars

4. Bedford/St. Martin's - The Bedford Bibliography
Metaphors of writing centers as clinics and clients as diseased cast the center as a place that should cure and discharge the client.

Index Previous Next Writing Centers Blythe, Stuart. "Networked Computers + Writing Centers = ? Thinking about Networked Computers in Writing Center Practice." Writing Center Journal 17.2 (Spring 1997): 89–110. Writing centers have been rushing to add networked computer technologies to their services, but logistical questions have dominated ("How can this be done?") rather than theoretical questions. The latter are necessary for examining conceptions of technology that underlie discussions of networked writing-center services. Instrumental theories, the idea that technology is neutral, lead to a focus on purely logistical concerns and the belief that a center's basic mission will not change; substantive theories focus on the power of technology and the inevitable changes (for good or bad) that it will bring. Both theories are inadequate for researching theoretical questions; what's needed is a critical theory of technology (Feenberg) that can help to shape the designs of writing-center technologies. Boquet, Elizabeth H.

5. Outpatient Biofeedback Clinics Business Plan
centers or clinics of health writing a Outpatient biofeedback clinics business plan will force you to objectively develop and evaluate your tactical and
Outpatient biofeedback centers and clinics Business Plans
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Starting a Other Outpatient Care Centers Business
This industry comprises establishments with medical staff primarily engaged in providing general or specialized outpatient care (except family planning centers and outpatient mental health and substance abuse centers). Centers or clinics of health practitioners with different degrees from more than one industry practicing within the same establishment (i.e., Doctor of medicine and Doctor of dental medicine) are included in this industry. Writing a Outpatient biofeedback clinics business plan will force you to objectively develop and evaluate your tactical and strategic plans. It will also help you identify the opportunities and risks encountered as a result of your decisions. "Quick Quote - Outpatient biofeedback clinics Business Plans" - Talk to our Other Outpatient Care Centers consultants: First Name: Last Name: Email Address: Phone Number:
Opening a Outpatient biofeedback centers and clinics Business
Your business plan needs to cover The market, Market segmentation, Consumer analysis, Competition, Product features and benefits, Competitive analysis, Positioning, Advertising and promotion, Sales, Research and development, Operations, People, Payback and exit plan and professional Financial Projections

6. Outpatient Health Clinics Business Plan
Outpatient community health centers and clinics Business Plans. Email Address Phone Number Opening a Outpatient community health centers and clinics Business.
Outpatient community health centers and clinics Business Plans
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Starting a All Other Outpatient Care Centers Business
This U.S. industry comprises establishments with medical staff primarily engaged in providing general or specialized outpatient care (except family planning centers, outpatient mental health and substance abuse centers, HMO medical centers, kidney dialysis centers, and freestanding ambulatory surgical and emergency centers). Centers or clinics of health practitioners with different degrees from more than one industry practicing within the same establishment (i.e., Doctor of medicine and Doctor of dental medicine) are included in this industry. We specialize in Outpatient health clinics business plan consulting for startup companies, strategic business development, and introduction to capital. Our company has raised millions of dollars in capital on behalf of its early stage clients, especially small to medium enterprises. "Quick Quote - Outpatient health clinics Business Plans" - Talk to our All Other Outpatient Care Centers consultants: First Name: Last Name: Email Address: Phone Number:
Opening a Outpatient community health centers and clinics Business
We can help developing a business plan from start to finish involving different tools, techniques and stages and especially if you are a small start up Outpatient health clinics business looking for financing. Investors and lenders are always interested in learning about your vision and how you will reach your business goals.

7. University Of Pittsburgh School Of Law Centers, Programs & Clinics
Pitt School of Law offers clinics, certificate programs, international law, continuing legal education, and other innovative programs. legal academics who wish to pursue advanced independent study, research and writing, the Law Schools J.S.D
Clinics Civil Practice Clinic Certificate Programs Civil Litigation Environ. Law, Science and Policy Health Law International/Comparative Law IP Certificate Master of Studies in Law Master of Studies in Law Program Application FAQ Cont. Legal Education Overview Information and Registration Calendar International Curriculum Activities Faculty Profiles English for Lawyers Languages for Lawyers Global Nonprofit Law Program LL.M Academic Program Admissions Criteria Application Deadline, Application Fee, and Tuition Deposit LL.M Activities LL.M Internships LL.M Class of 2001 Alumni Profiles The City of Pittsburgh Joint Degrees Registrar Registration Registrar's Calendar Student Services Exam Policies Grade Policies Transcripts Course Descriptions Topical Overview On-Line Registration
Pitt Law's clinics are an exciting way to put you in role of legal counsel now. Whether it's as counsel for taxpayers in disputes with the IRS or in the Civil Practice Clinic, you get hands-on legal experience in real cases and in sophisticated simulated atmospheres.

8. Centers And Clinics - Moritz College Of Law, The Ohio State University
Ms. Enns has also taught Legal writing and Analysis. (Top) Home centers and clinics Clinical Program home. Moritz College of Law 55 West 12th Avenue
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Sarah Rudolph Cole

Associate Professor of Law
B.A., University of Puget Sound; J.D., University of Chicago. In law school, Professor Cole was editor-in-chief of the University of Chicago Legal Forum. Following graduation, she clerked for the Honorable Eugene A. Wright of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She practiced labor and employment law with Heller, Ehrman, White, and McAuliffe in Seattle and Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather, and Gerladson in Chicago before joining the faculty at Creighton University School of Law in 1994. She joined the Ohio State faculty in 1998. Professor Cole's research focuses on the legal issues that arise as a result of the increased use of alternative dispute resolution. She teaches courses in alternative dispute resolution.
Elizabeth Ilgen Cooke

Staff Attorney
B.A., cum laude, Miami University; J.D., The Ohio State University.

9. Clinics And Learning Centers
FormulaThree and clinics. The Formula-Three instructional materials and instructional strategies have a long history of success in the clinical setting. process of rote memorization to a thinking process. When writing, youngsters are able to use the words in their thinking
Clinics and Learning Centers Formula-Three and Clinics The Formula-Three instructional materials and instructional strategies have a long history of success in the clinical setting. They work particularly well with students in grades three through adult who have been classified as being learning disabled or dyslexic . Because of the nature of the program, it is not used with profoundly deaf students. There are, though, a limited number of programs where the materials and methodology have been used to teach blind and partial seeing students Formula-Three and Learning Centers Formula-Three’s instructional materials are ideally suited for use in public and private learning centers. Teachers volunteers and practitioners can learn the system by teaching the course of instruction to one or more students and by watching other instructors. The materials are inexpensive and students can be taught in small, homogeneous groups . Once the skills and transition lessons are completed, the material students read and process during the open-ended application lessons can be customized to their needs or interests. Once someone has taught one or more students the 40

10. Research Centers, Institutes, And Special Programs
for Newspaper Management Studies. Creative writing Program. Criminal Justice Studies Program Education (College of) centers, clinics, Labs, and Projects. Environmental Analysis

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11. Admission
should use the catchment area MHASA, Mental Health centers and clinics, which may Colorado with the responsible authority stating in writing that security
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Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan ADMISSION PROTOCOLS I. General Information General Description of Fort Logan Services and Service Area Evaluation for Admission Voluntary and Involuntary Admissions ... III. Criteria for Not Admitting I. GENERAL INFORMATION
The Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan is one of Colorado's two state psychiatric hospitals. It serves as an inpatient psychiatric treatment resource to the people in regions designated by the Division of Mental Health. (Check out the Community Mental Heath Center Page Fort Logan provides Children and Adolescent, Adult, and Geriatric psychiatric services in affiliation with the community mental health centers and clinics in our service areas. All these services are both long-term and short-term inpatient services and/or regional specialized services. Fort Logan does not provide walk-in emergency or crisis services. Hospitalization may be arranged on an emergency basis by your local mental health center. Contact your local Mental Health Center for an in-person evaluation appointment.

12. SJU Tutor Alum Network - CSB | SJU - Writing Centers
I’ma public affairs consultant with University of Wisconsin Hospital and clinics. at the Opitz house, or starting the fledgling writing center newsletter.
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SJU Tutor Alum Network
Former tutors, this page is for you. Keep track of your friends and let them keep track of you. Find tutors by the year they were employed or quickly glancing through alphabetical list of all former tutors. A B C D ... Z A B Miller (Balder), Collette
1020 Roma Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55113 Bassett, Anthony
1425 Deerwood Path
Eagan, MN 55122
Phone: (651) 687-0815 Beach, Dennis
St. John's Abbey
Collegeville, MN 56321
Phone: (320) 363-2871 Beaulieu, Andrew
6027 Bateau Drive
Flowery Branch, GA 30542 Beddor, Steven 1010 Pleasant View Road Chanhassen, MN 55317 Phone: (952) 474-3030 (952) 474-1370 (home office) Email: Currently: I am a US rep. for a small Germany manufacturer, Ruf Automobiles, GmbH, for whom I do testing, development, and public relations. Prior careers include a short stint in public accounting, CFO of a small company, and ten years as a salesman. Regardless of what profession, whether writing a introductory letter to a tough sales prospect or pitching an magazine editor on a story idea, strong writing skills has always been a very key to success. I have also learned the value of having access to a willing and skilled editor (to begrudgingly send me back to my laptop for a rewrite). Bjerke-Conklin, Aaron

13. Writing And Learning: A Student Writer's Autonomy
Jacoby makes some good points in comparing writing centers and medical clinics. It is a good idea that tutors should respect a writer s autonomy.
Writing and Learning
November 14, 2003
A student writer's autonomy
JEN THOMAS WRITES (about "The Use of Force"):
Jay Jacoby argues that one of the essential elements of both writing centers and medical practices is the principle of “informed consent,” which enables tutees and patients to make their own decisions based on a complete understanding of the alternatives and consequences that could result from those decisions. Jacoby believes that “Tutors must be sure that writers are informed of and understand the choices open to them, and that they have made those choices freely.” I completely agree with Jacoby’s logic; a tutor should offer options, not instructions.
However, I’m troubled by an equally important issue that Jacoby raises with the question: “With whom are writing center tutors collaborators: their clients or the institution that employs them?” This is a problem to which Jacoby never offers a substantial solution and about which I often find myself concerned. Should a writing tutor follow an instructor’s orders even if it means compromising a student’s autonomy? Is it possible to satisfy the instructor’s requirements while respecting the student’s freedom to choose?
Posted by sdelagrange at November 14, 2003 07:07 PM

14. Writing & Research Guides - SAC LRC
Resources This site provides links to subjectspecific information, general composition sources, and writing clinics . University Online writing centers.
Basic English Grammar Citing WWW and Print Sources "How to" Sources...
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Basic English Grammar
  • Common Errors in English
    Geared for anyone wanting to improve writing skills, this source provides an alphabetic listing of common errors found in English writing and pronunciation.
  • Elements of Style
    The online version of William Strunk's classic source offers information on elements of composition, rules of usage, and commonly misspelled words.
  • Guide to Grammar and Writing
    Created specifically for English classes, this web site includes "online lessons," materials divided by writing level, and an "Ask Grammar!" section.
  • Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary - Thesaurus
    This site enables searches for both word definitions and synonyms through the M-W Collegiate Dictionary and the M-W Collegiate Thesaurus . For other online dictionaries, consult the Dictionaries section of the Virtual Reference Desk web site.
  • On-Line English Grammar
    Compiled for both general and ESL students, this resource contains "Practice Pages" for English language exercises and " a "Grammar Clinic" for questions and answers.
  • Virtual Reference Desk
    This source provides quick online access to almanacs, calculators, dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, quotations, and other basic reference sources.

15. Clinical Genetics Courses And Lectures
Item writing Guide, National Board of Clinical Resources Labs clinics Genetics Education Careers Cytogenetics Genome centers Genetic Computer
Clinical Genetic Education Resources (Courses and Lectures) Curricula Courses Cases Exams ... References
  • Core Curriculum Recommendations for Medical Schools , American Society of Human Genetics (knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to medical genetics needed by medical students during their careers as physicians), Am J Hum Genet 1995 (56):535-537. Clinical Objectives in Medical Genetics for Undergraduate Medical Students , Association of Professors of Human Genetics, Genetics in Medicine vol. 1(1):54-55, Nov/Dec 1998. (clinical training and competencies for medical students to apply genetic principles in diagnosis, management, and prevention of human disease) Core Competencies in Genetics Essential for All Health-Care Professionals National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics (NCHPEG) [Recommendations of core competencies in genetics essential for all health professionals , Core Competency Working Group of the National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics, Genetics in Medicine Vol 3(2), March/April 2001
  • 16. Genetic Conditions / Rare Conditions Information Site
    writing about Individuals with Genetic Conditions Guidelines for Reporting and writing About People with Disabilities Genetic clinics, centers, departments.
    Genetic and Rare Conditions Site
    Medical Genetics, University of Kansas Medical Center

    Lay advocacy and support groups, information on genetic conditions /birth defects for professionals, educators, and individuals, National and International organizations · Categories Genetic Counselors and Geneticists Children and teen sites Advocacy ... Z
    Revised January 22, 2004

    17. Experience The Power Of Writing
    hospital programs Mental health agencies and clinics Wellness centers Staff development and training Facilitator training Therapeutic writing groups Individual
    Home Kathleen Adams The Power Of Writing Contact Us
    Center for Journal Therapy
    Grant Street Mansion
    1115 Grant St. #207
    Denver, CO 80203
    Voice: 888-421-2298
    Denver metro: 303-986-6460
    Fax: 303-985-3903
    Email: contact@ What is the Power of Writing? A Brief History
    Experience the Power of Writing
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    Keynote Speeches and Conference Presentations
    Kathleen Adams is available for keynote speeches and conference workshops on the power of writing to heal body, psyche and soul. Content can be customized for the sponsoring organization or conference.
    Trainings and Workshops
    The Write Way to Wellness
    Clinical Journal Therapy Journal to the Self Journals Quick and Easy for Counselors Poetry Therapy Basics and other titles Trainings and workshops with Kathleen Adams are typically available in one-day to three-day formats. Longer formats for more intensive study can be requested. All training programs are approved for continuing education through the National Board for Certified Counselors and the California Board of Behavioral Health.
    Weekend, five-day and week-long retreats facilitated by Kathleen Adams are held in the Rocky Mountains and other scenic areas of North America. Content of retreats can be customized for sponsoring organizations.

    18. Programs / Centers
    worksheets, tentative class scheduling, career options, resume clinics and information The writing Center is sponsored through the Liberal Arts College and the
    The Aging Center , creates a multi-disciplinary environment, bringing together scholars at UNLV interested in aging issues, which will strengthen and promote research and training on aging conducted at the university, and will serve as a dissemination point for knowledge on aging that may be of value to the local or wider research and policy communities.
    Jennifer Keene, Interim Director
    The Cannon Center for Survey Research , established in 1977, conducts surveys of the Nevada population on topics in the social and policy sciences. The center serves the research needs of faculty and graduate students as well as public agencies and private clients. It also provides a training experience for students in research design and data analysis.
    Dr. Thomas Lamatsch, Director
    The Center for Advanced Research (CFAR) supports and promotes faculty and professional staff research in the humanities and the social sciences.
    Dr. Ron Smith, Director
    The Center for Health Information Analysis provides current, accurate, and timely information regarding health care and the cost of health care to the citizens of Nevada. It generates reports to the Nevada State Health Resources and Cost Review Division.
    Joseph Greenway, Director

    19. Whittier Law School
    a student s skills in briefwriting and oral more than two-dozen courses, many clinics and externship Our centers in Intellectual Property, International and
    Calendar Centers Clinics Externships
    Learn the Skills and Tools of a Lawyer
    Whether your aspirations are in becoming a trial or appellate lawyer, Public Interest Law, the burgeoning field of Intellectual Property Law, International Law or Children's Rights, Whittier Law School offers a breadth of resources for you to pursue a career in any of these legal areas. Through our clinics, you will gain "hands on" working experience in a multitude of environments. Other legal experience opportunities of the Law School are externships in a variety of practice settings, including public interest law firms, the courts and public agencies. Whittier Law also hosts National Moot Court Competitions overseen by the Honors Boards. These competitions advance a student's skills in brief-writing and oral advocacy before appellate courts. The Law School's Public Interest Law Program prepares the student who wants to pursue a public interest practice full-time or part-time, offering more than two-dozen courses, many clinics and externship opportunities. Our Centers in Intellectual Property, International and Comparative Law and Children's Rights provide an array of offerings in Fellowships and externships. The Center for IP also has a Certificate Program, Distinguished Speaker Series, National IP Law Moot Court Competition, Summer Institute and Seminar Series. The Center for International and Comparative Law additionally offers an exchange and summer abroad program, LL.M. Degree in U.S. Legal Studies, Certificate Program and the Annual International Law Symposium. The CCR has the Clinic, National Juvenile Law Moot Court Competition, annual symposia and the

    20. What Can I Do With A Major In...?
    Web links writingWorld, Writers Write, Modern Language colleges/universities, hospitals and medical centers, health clinics, utility companies
    "What Can I do with
    a Major in...?"
    Fields: art, graphics, photography, design, fashion, floral, jewelry, illustration, cartooning, ceramics, textiles, cinema, theater, TV, radio, dance, writing, composing, music, sculpture, painting, teacher, art history, foreign language teacher, translator, film researcher/copywriter, freelance writer, archivist/historian, arts administrator, actor, politician, genealogist, librarian, biographer, preservation specialist, museum specialist, interpreter/translator, language instructor, curator, cataloger Some Employers of Art History Majors: Web links: National Art Education Association National Park Service American Association of Community Theatre National Association of Broadcasters ... Screen Actors Guild "What Can I do with
    a Major in...?"
    Fields: writer, creative writing, book reviewer, editor, poet, author, speech writer, screenplay writer, story editor, reporter, technical writer, teacher, researcher, columnist, commentator, journalist, public relations specialist, entertainment agent, publishing assistant, presenter, customer service representative, sales representative, special events coordinator, , computer marketing communications specialist, computer instructional designer, corporate communications specialist, employee newsletter editor, policy and procedures analyst, grant writer

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