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[…] my writings by providing a boatload of references at the end of researched articles, and also as a large bibliography on a different page. Check my facts. It’s all there. I am not […]

  Lorri Kennedy wrote @

I wanted to let you know I have found a lot of good resources, articles, etc…here and have let my therapist know too. She likes new information, and doesn’t mind us pointing her to things online that she doesn’t always have time to find.

  Emily’s Camigwen wrote @

Hi Lorri

I am glad that you found some information here that you think might be useful. It is great when a therapist welcomes you to bring information to a session. Then you can both discuss them to see how it might be useful to you and your therapy.

Good luck!
Emily’s Camigwen

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