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Month: November 2017

TRANSFORMATIVE PATHWAYS FOR INDENTIFYING CONCERNS IN THE HUMANITIES: CONTESTING ADMISSION

The 10 year Anniversary Edition  Max E. Guttman has “no purpose or reason {} for being {} in the department” (The People of New the State of New York VS. Max E. Guttman, 2008) Background: Contesting Admission is one extended metaphor that seeks to capture the events unfolding in […]

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The Jewish Ghetto Police & Today’s Peer Professional: The Psychology of Complicity

Background: Today’s peer professional in Mental Health systems of care share a similar psychological bend with the Jewish Ghetto Police or Jüdische Ghetto-Polizei. This unit was an auxiliary police force organized within the Jewish ghettos of Nazi occupied Eastern Europe. Members of the police force were appointed by […]

Motivation, Planning & Transformation: Reaching our Goals

Some call it growth and others say it’s maturation. Unquestionably any personal or professional advancement necessitates the evolution of the self. We all seem to at some point in our lives need and want to better ourselves. The challenge of self improvement undeniably shares a frontier with the […]

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