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BOHEMIAN MEN BODY SPRAY IN PAKISTAN

BOHEMIAN-DEODORANT-FOR-MEN-1 Sapil body spray are for the young men who live an active social life that demands close physical interaction with a hassle free sense of body odour. Sapil body spray offer a range of refreshing and captivating scents, at an affordable price, that delivers long lasting defense against body odour all day. With Sapil Deodorants, you can enjoy your everyday interactions with total confidence while keeping the people around you curiously mesmerized.   view more   continue reading →
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Musings of an Admissions Director

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This is possibly the only phrase to have been bellowed by every parent since there has been an inside to go out of. What is out there? It is not difficult to imagine children returning to the stone hearths of antiquity; dirty-faced, tired, and ready for dinner, after having been out “there,” discovering whatever youthful mischief or adventure that can be conjured out of the minds of children. Our progeny have gone outside to play, reluctantly or with wild enthusiasm, to find their friends, or themselves; to define their social order, or sometimes to just to run through the sprinkler, since the beginning of time itself. Whatever the reason, every parent, at one point or another, has known that the answer is outside.

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Field Instructor Training November 8 to 14

Field Instructor Training November 8 to 14

Instructors are pivotal to the success of BRTW.  Field instructors work an 8-day on, 6-day off schedule.  For the entire 8 days, instructors hike and camp with clients in the National Forest.  The program serves youth “in-crisis”, ages 13-18.  Field instructors work with licensed therapists to deliver an individualized experience to every client.

The Field Instructor position is great for someone who wants to have a positive impact on youth while working in a beautiful outdoor setting.  BRTW is known for their outstanding instructors and a high instructor to student ratio.

Field Instructors are trained on wilderness and therapeutic skills during a 7-day Orientation trip and they receive continual training throughout their employment.

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sustainable health for young adults

by monicajenner664 months ago

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It is part of our mission to support emerging adults in building a stronger foundation that will lend to more sustainable health in their lives and as they walk forward on their path through and beyond wilderness.  Sustainability is “the capability of being sustained” and “of, or relating to a lifestyle involving the use of sustainable methods.” It is also the “process of maintaining change in a balanced fashion…” We believe there are many facets that contribute to sustainable health that includes the individual and also family involvement.  The commitment of these two together give greater percentage for sustainability to occur.

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Early Clinical Assessments at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness

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All adolescent students at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness now have two layers of clinical assessment within the first fourteen days of their arrival, and from the start, Blue Ridge Primary Therapists begin the family’s therapeutic journey with even more information at hand. In its first full year, the Blue Ridge team recognized the need for a new and strengthened approach to intake and assessment. Reinforcing the intake assessment process early in a student’s stay results in stronger case conceptualization, more tailored treatment, and clearer goals established for discharge planning.

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Field Instructor Training September 27th to October 3rd

by monicajenner664 months ago

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Thank you for your interest in Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness. We are a licensed treatment program that uses the wilderness setting to provide a clinically-focused intervention, teaching clients accountability, communication skills and healthy emotional and behavioral habits. BRTW’s main office is in Clayton, GA, in the southern Appalachian Mountains and borders the Chattahoochee and Nantahala National Forests. Clayton is conveniently located between Atlanta, GA, and Asheville, NC.

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Early Clinical Assessments at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness

by monicajenner664 months ago
dog-new We have zeroed in on ways to reduce the amount of sodium in the diet, a task that most people familiar with the traditional backpacker’s diet know can be difficult. To do this, we replaced many of the flavor packets with natural herbs and spices as alternatives. We eliminated all liquid sauces other than extra virgin olive oil, hot sauce, and honey. Additionally, we discontinued specific flavors of tuna packets, rice cakes, and noodles that contain unnecessarily high levels of sodium. While we used to deliver bacon to groups on Tuesdays to cook with their evening meal, we instead substitute lean, local meats which groups receive to cook with on both their Tuesday and Friday evening dinners. Many of these changes have decreased the levels of saturated fats, sugars, and empty calories. Furthermore, we made appropriate gender-specific modifications to the types of food and portions delivered to both male and female groups. We believe that these intentional changes to the diet and emphas continue reading →
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Early Clinical Assessments at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness

by monicajenner664 months ago

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All adolescent students at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness now have two layers of clinical assessment within the first fourteen days of their arrival, and from the start, Blue Ridge Primary Therapists begin the family’s therapeutic journey with even more information at hand. In its first full year, the Blue Ridge team recognized the need for a new and strengthened approach to intake and assessment. Reinforcing the intake assessment process early in a student’s stay results in stronger case conceptualization, more tailored treatment, and clearer goals established for discharge planning.

By combining the best of valid and reliable measurements, licensed Clinical Psychologist, Lorena Bradley, Ph.D. administers an in-depth initial assessment within the first two weeks of an adolescent student’s arrival at Blue Ridge. Unless the student has had comprehensive testing in the last 12 months, Dr. Bradley will meet with each new student and provide an assessment report to the Primary Therap

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Be an actively involved parent.

by monicajenner664 months ago

Take an active interest in your teenager’s life by aiming for the three Ls: love, limits, and latitude.

    • Love. It may be uncomfortable, but show your teen some love. Thankfully, love is personal and can take many forms:
      • Give your child a bear hug after school (avoid early morning hugs, since at that hour most teens are like a bear waking up from hibernation)
      • Share a blanket as you watch a movie together on the couch
      • Buy their favorite treat as a surprise
      • Simply say, “I love you.”
      • Compliment what they are doing well (like earning an A in English class) while patiently discussing, not lecturing, areas for improvement (such as how they can improve their D in math).
      • Encourage participation in extracurricular events, such as sports, clubs, or volunteer organizations.
      • Show up to their soccer games, band concerts, awards ceremonies, or special events.
      • Don’t reject their grand dreams, like starting up a rock band; instead, help them make that dream a reality.
      • Do things together:
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5 Problems That Business Owners Face

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As a business owner, you’re not alone in the struggles you face! I believe that these are the 5 most common problems business owners battle. I’m sure you can relate to the issues, but jump into the solutions as well (especially #5)!

Problem #1: My business revenue has leveled off.

Getting past the six-figure revenue mark is one of the biggest obstacles that business owners trip over. But once you exceed $100,000, earning a million bucks is just around the corner! (Insert the happy dance here!)

Hitting a plateau happens when you’re unable to see the operational choke points in your business process. In other words, you’ve been too intimate with your business for too long. Plus there are other elements stacked against you, such as paying your employees, meeting expenses and taxes. I know it’s hard to imagine that you can be too intimate with your business! Although that’s a sweet spot to be in, it can be detrimental as well.

A fresh set of eyes can quickly identify the areas that y

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