The Indiana Association of Marriage and Family Therapists welcomed Linda Schwallie, president of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to their spring conference last friday (April 23, 2010). President Schwallie gave a brief address following lunch detailing the state of the association and the strategic planning process currently underway within the association. I had the opportunity to talk with her briefly when I arrived (late!) for the conference. I was impressed with her passion for the association and profession and her willingness to discuss and listen to any topic.
April 29, 2010
December 8, 2007
Tags: Allen County, anorexia, autism, baby, brain, Burton, child, child abuse, children, commissioners, County executive, Daniels, depressed, Dobson, election, FEMA, fever, Foster mother, GOP, Governor, Harper, hoosier, Indiana, Indianapolis, Kenley, Legislature, Marion county, molester, PAC, Phoenix apartment, Republican, Senate, senator, St. Joseph county, Suicide, Supreme Court, tax, teacher, township assessor, virginity, welfare
Most days, the Blogmeister doesn’t get to all the news stories he wants to. Here are all the stories and posts the Blogmeister either didn’t get to, or were deemed interesting, but not worthy of the Blog, over the past week.
Foster mother of 45 gets help in time of need
Read This Story: What The Guv’s Tax Plan May Mean For Marion County
The Fallen Mighty: Allen County GOP Short On Cash After Election
Kenley Has Devoted Years To Tax Reform, Proposals
County executive concept develops :Commissioners back idea; plan may go to legislature.
Report Ready on Trimming Government
Late filings cost Burton’s PAC $4,450
Supreme Court will decide Indianapolis case
Daniels appeals FEMA aid decision
Suicidal molester sentenced
Gloomy Hoosiers Opinion
Senators urging welfare overhaul
Children dying for lack of child-sized drugs
Always aroused: A good thing gone awry
Indiana lawmakers consider bill to eliminate township assessors office
Senate skeptical about appointed assessors IndyStar.com
Republican lawmaker’s support for Daniels’ tax plan is wavering?
Local Concern: Kenley Cautious In Light Of New Circuit Breaker Data
Now What? Tully Asks Readers To Chime In With Ways To Fix Phoenix
Property tax plan to get another look
Teacher’s post on blog leads to arrest, debate
Dobson criticizes tax plan: Commissioner says St. Joseph wouldn’t be able to function under Daniels’ proposal.
Working ’10 til 2′ aids at-home professionals
Lawmaker calls for balance on taxes
Coming to terms with conflict at the office
Losing virginity early or late tied to health risks
How depressed is your state?
Child abuse death isn’t the fault of system
Brain glitch behind distortion of self-image
Smaller babies grow up to be sadder adults
Anorexia risk may start before birth
Fever can unlock autism’s grip
November 26, 2007
Tags: Board, Licensing, marriage and family therapy, Mental Health Counseling, social work
The Social Work, Mental Health Counselor, and Marriage and Family Therapy Licensing board will meet today in Indianapolis at 402 W. Washington St., Rm W072. You can view the agenda here.