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Mary Pender Greene Keynote Speaker -“Creative Mentoring: Sustaining the Profession” NASW Annual meeting 5/7 at 5:30 PM

National Association of Social Workers New York City Chapter Board of Directors invites you to join us at the Annual Meeting Creative Mentoring: Sustaining the Profession Monday, May 7, 2012 __________________________________________ Given the significance of professional development in social work … Continue reading

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9 Ways to Make 2012 Your Best Year Yet

Posted by Sarah Rich on Monday, January 2, 2012 · Leave a Comment Pin it The last glass of champagne has been consumed, the last handful of confetti has been thrown, and you realize 2012 has officially begun. It’s a … Continue reading

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Love and The Art of Fair Fighting

Learning the Art of Fair Fighting is essential to a lasting relationship. Many people view fighting as bad and destructive. It is important to accept that no two people think or feel exactly alike; disagreements are unavoidable and are a … Continue reading

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WEBINAR: The Fundamentals of Building & Growing a Private Psychotherapy Practice

Testimonials: A plethora of much needed and extremely helpful information. Thank you so much! John C – Washington DC  Timely, just what I need to expand my practice, I will be signing up for your 1 hour consultation- Hannah – … Continue reading

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Love and Friendship: The Ties That Bind

Authentic friendship is the key to long-term healthy and happy relationships. During the course of a lifetime, most people report having had lovers that have come and gone but friendships that have stood the test of time. There is no … Continue reading

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Bromance & Romance

The Urban Dictionary defines the term bromance as “the complicated love and affection shared by two straight males.” Now you know why this term is not widely recognized!  Many men are reluctant to admit that they are involved in a … Continue reading

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Love & Money

  The checkbook is often the primary reason for fights and failed relationships! Yet, money is often the least discussed topic prior to couples committing.Whether you have a lot or a little, one thing is universal to all: some amount … Continue reading

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Effective Leadership in Social Service Organizations: Combining Management and Clinical Perspectives

Editor’s Note: On October 8, 2010, Mary Pender Greene gave a speech at the NYU Silver School of Social Work as a part of its Women and Leadership Lecture Series. After hearing her presentation, NASW-NYC staff invited Ms. Pender Greene … Continue reading

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First, Work on Yourself!

It is not about finding the right person, it is about being the right person. Many of us spend years trying to find the right person to make us happy and whole. Healthy connections with others begin with you. Self-care … Continue reading

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Friends are needed to Balance Love Relationships

  Good friendships have a positive and healthful effect on our lives.  They make good times better and bad times bearable.  It seemed easier when we were younger; common interests systematically pooled us with others like us, if only by … Continue reading

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