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The importance of being evidence-based.

Not necessarily earnest though.

Many years ago, when I was studying my Special Ed course, I remember having a very brief discussion with one of my lecturers in regards to “harmful” treatments. 527 more words

Applied Behavior Analysis

So this blog is happening.

In the world of nursing school, we like to throw around words like “therapeutic” and “coping” and “defense mechanisms.”  Usually we’re talking about our patients, but rarely do we actually remind… 103 more words

Nursing School

Bee Aware: Did You Know?

Individual counseling and group counseling offered in UB Counseling Center, along with other outreach programs

By The UB Post Staff

With the recent passing of Robin Williams, a man who brought light and laughter to millions but was deeply troubled himself, it’s important to recognize that attending college can be a huge stressor and one may find themselves feeling overwhelmed and depressed at times. 201 more words

Around Campus

Sitting uncomfortably

I’m quite comfortable in my den. If I’m not doing a bit of housework or something similar, I’m having visitors. They usually bring something with them Gold, precious stones. 275 more words

Counselling

Using story stones in counseling sessions


Story stones

I know I have posted about story stones in the past, but I wanted to post more specifically about how to use them as a tool in counseling children. 336 more words

EDSP 6644: Using Response to Intervention to Support Struggling Primary Readers

In the course EDSP 6644: Educating Exceptional Students, we were given an opportunity to pick a topic of choice relating to special education and research peer-review articles that pertained to the topic. 494 more words

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’31 couples, out of a total of 62 applicants, completed the Family Resolutions pilot scheme that finished in September this year. This information was revealed in a written answer from Maria Eagle, Secretary of State for Education and Skills, in response to a question by Teresa May, Shadow Secretary of State for the Family. 47 more words

Family Resolutions Pilot