10
Aug
2019

Deaf Counseling: Broken Leg, Broken Heart

Transcript: Sharon Duchesneau – If you fall and break your leg, would you run tomorrow or next week? Of course not. It would be better to wait until you are healed. If your relationship ends and your heart is broken, can you truly love someone else tomorrow or next week? It’s better to wait until you have healed.

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12
Feb
2019

Deaf or ASL Guidance Counselor, Staunton Virginia

Guidance CounselorVA Sch for Deaf/Blind-Staunton – Staunton, VA $42,062 – $66,779 a year The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind at Staunton, Virginia is seeking a Guidance Counselor to provide personal, academic and career and technical education counseling to students enrolled at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind. This is a 10-month position with 200 workdays per …

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6
Dec
2018

Receives Best of North Bethesda Award

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dr. Candace A. McCullough Deaf Counseling Center Receives 2018 Best of North Bethesda Award North Bethesda Award Program Honors the Achievement NORTH BETHESDA November 1, 2018 — Dr. Candace A. McCullough Deaf Counseling Center has been selected for the 2018 Best of North Bethesda Award in the Mental Health and Addiction Services category by the …

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10
Jun
2018
National Deaf Therapy Abuse

National Deaf Therapy Negligence

National Deaf Therapy Neglience? National Deaf Therapy, Hit with Abuse Allegations, Is Closing. A treatment center for Deaf people that was investigated and sued over abuse allegations Insurance JournalNegligence or Medical Negligence? Florida Supreme Court Offers ClarityBy Janice L. MerrillJune 6, 2018 Whether a claim arises out of medical negligence and is subject to the presuit screening requirements of Chapter …

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30
Apr
2018

DCC Celebrates 17 Years of Service by Kicking Mental Health Awareness Month Campaign

Published in Gallaudet University’s Announcements Deaf Counseling Center (DCC), a counseling, life coaching and consulting practice based in Maryland, is celebrating 17 years of service to the Deaf community. DCC is the first Deaf-owned therapy business to incorporate a Deaf-centered philosophy and framework. It is also the first to offer videophone access to counseling, in addition to in-person sessions. Headed …

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