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Bullying in Sports or Rites of Passage?

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Bullying or Rites of Passage? Every gender has its rites of passage, but is it tradition passed down through gender or is it bullying to force and encourage a system of beliefs and behaviors generation to generation that happens to … Continue reading

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Why we need anger management in college basketball

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Anger Management in College Basketball If you thought anger management was just a term in Psychology 101, ┬álast week’s uproar regarding Mike Rice as the men’s basketball coach at Rutgers University (my alma mater) was not a surprise for those … Continue reading

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Crisis Counseling: Focus=Intensity

Crisis Counseling: Focus=Intensity Often when I am called into a case I find that the situation is very acute. The child, individual, couple and/ or family have developed and maintained a behavior pattern that is so difficult to break that … Continue reading

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