For many years now, I have provided written assessment and expert opinion to US Federal Immigration Court on behalf of client families of both US citizen and limited US resident status. Most of these families face deportation of the ‘primary bread winner’ who has limited status and acted unfavorably according to US laws and regulations.Continue reading A Family’s future secured: Immigration Court
Some weeks ago, I received a call from a staff member at NBC Nightly News asking for my help in finding the thread of a story on suburban heroin use among young adults, particularly those of college age. I reflected for a moment on a CBS attempt to deal with a similar subject more thanContinue reading NBC Nightly News “Hooked: the hidden epidemic
4 CirclesAlways a joy to my clients doing well in recovery communities, and again, 4 circles doing “amazing” work. Thanks to Jack, Heather, Shane, and Meg for really helping to make my visit to Asheville a positive and productive one. North Carolina is one of those special places in the southeast that, well, “feels likeContinue reading Back to “the roots” of recovery at 4 Circles Asheville
Probably the best thing about School Connections is the comararderie and openness in communication between schools and practitioners. In other conference venues in the “school business”, unfortunately, it’s more “business” than students fit-to-schools, and that is not the case here in San Francisco. Re-connecting with domestic and international partners like Shawnigan in BC, the KnoxContinue reading New School Connections Partners
I have time to reflect on my flight back home to California from London. All of the goodness I experienced from meeting my new UK therapy partners is foremost on my mind. Clinical work is important, and innovative therapeutic work is most critical for both the US and the UK therapists in forming alliances toContinue reading New Partners in UK for Well-Being!