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My particular passion lies in supporting those who have experienced a life-changing loss, tragedy, trauma, or event. Susan has also been trained in both Phase I and II of Brainspotting with Dr. Most NLP practitioners advertising on the WWW make grand claims about being able to help just about anybody become just about anything. Random: 10 exp 6 sf sess in 2 wks / 10 controls no treatment. All reinforcers raise or strengthen the probability that a behavior will occur; punishment lowers it.

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Publisher: Context Press; 1 edition (July 22, 2007)

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