• Marriage, Couple & Family
    head: MARRIAGE, COUPLE & FAMILY Research paper: Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling Cesar M. Telles Liberty University Abstract Counselors face a myriad of issues. Marriage, couple and family counselors are not exempt from such issues. On the contrary marriage, couple and family counselors...
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  • Marriage and Family Therapy
    Marriage and Family Counseling Research Paper COUN 501-B43-Couselor Professional Identity, Function, and Ethics Denna Harrison Liberty University Master of Arts in Professional Counseling Fall 2012 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to examine the field of marriage and family counseling...
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  • Personality
    Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling Stephanie Wilfong Liberty University Marriage counseling is not just for unhappy or struggling couples – couple’s therapy can be used proactively to strengthen bonds and to gain a better understanding of one other ...
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  • Does Childhood Trauma Define Us as Adults?
    Healing Trauma through Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling Tiffany A. Tirico Liberty University Abstract This paper explores and discovers components of marriage, family, and couples counseling and how trauma in relationships and family suffering can be treated. Several scholarly articles and...
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  • Marriage and Family Therapy
    Marriage and Family Therapy Abstract The purpose of this paper is to examine the field of marriage and family counseling beginning with the history and development of the profession and its importance in the field of counseling. This paper will also evaluate five major themes relevant to Marriage...
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  • Professiona Idenity Paper
    Professional Identity and Careers Paper Cheryl Jansen CNSL/502 July 2, 2013 Corene Tague Professional Identity and Careers Paper When one thinks of a counselor, what ideas come to mind? To advise, to instruct, to counsel? My reaction to counseling in my early days in the profession was to receive...
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  • Divorce Research
    Divorce Research Paper Arnette Brown BSHS 371 June 6, 2011 Divorce Research Paper In the United States the average man aged twenty six marries for the first time and for women the age is twenty five. It is estimated from recent statistics that there are 4.95 per 1,000 people divorcing in the...
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  • Proposal Argument - Mandating Premarital Counseling
    should make premarital counseling a requirement prior to the issuance of a marriage license in an attempt to gain control of the escalating divorce rates in America, which are contributing to the many issues we are seeing in the children who are by-products of these failed marriages. As Patrick F. Fagan...
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  • Different Types of Therapy
    Running head: Types of Therapy Types of Therapy   Abstract: The ultimate goal of this paper is to explore to different types of therapy. Type of therapy is to help the client deal more successfully with a disorder or a situation. The specific treatment goals depend on the individual...
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  • The Quest Family: Final Project
    The Quest Family COUN-6201 February 19, 2012 Abstract In this final project paper, as requested, I have decided that the Quest family, from the course text, Introduction to Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling (Part 2, “Introduction to the Case of the Quest Family”) is now headed by parents...
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  • Premarital Relationships Conflicts
    Effects of Unresolved Conflicts on Marital Satisfaction Liberty University Annie Jackson Abstract The purpose of this paper is to define and expound on Marital Conflict and the many ways that conflict occurs in the lives of individual. Marital conflict has many adverse affects on individuals...
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  • Couples Who Try Cohabiation Before Marriage Are Not Successful
    Rachel Christian Research Paper/Introductory Paragraph The majority of marriages that try co-habitation are not successful. Co-habitation is defined as an arrangement whereby two people decide to live together on a long-term or permanent basis in an emotionally and/or sexually intimate relationship...
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  • Systems Theory Paper
    Week Four: Systems Theory Paper Nisselly Rossell, Keri Welborn, Christie Alston, Kristy Monroe, Jennifer Bourne, Melanie Hines BSHS/312 Models of Helping People Systems Theory Paper “Those who study systems theory tends to view any system as the result of a dynamic interrelationship between...
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  • Ethics Comparison
    Code of Ethics Analysis Paper This paper compares and contrast codes of ethics as addressed by the American Counseling Association and the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). The main difference that one sees is that the AACC is bases its ethical codes primarily on biblical principles...
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  • The Effects of Effects of Early Marriage
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGBROUND OF THE STUDY. Marriage is found in all cultures. It is a process by which individuals select their life partners. It is an old institution which regulates the term upon which male and female reproduce according to well defined and acceptable social norms...
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  • Puppy Love
    Cecilia Ge Mr. Pham English 12 May 25, 2012 Should Interracial Marriage be Forbidden? "Historically, Black-White interracial marriage has been the most controversial of all types of intermarriage in the United States" (Porterfield, 1982). Why only black and white? In early America-century, the...
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  • Love vs Arranged Marriage
    MuhammedNihal Prof. Ta Bao 11/8/11 Marriage; Love and Arranged: An annotated Bibliography. Johnson, Laura. "A tradition of love: Couple intend to make their arranged marriage last." Anniston Star, The (AL) 14 Feb. 2011: Newspaper Source. Web. 5 Nov. 2011. The above source is cited in MLA format...
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  • Ppsyc3210
    parents that are together. This paper will introduce to you how divorce affects the development in early childhood and the importance of teaching children about relationships through play and social interactions. A personal interview will also give advice on divorce, counseling and the effects divorce has...
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  • Abused Men
    Hengxuan Chi Academic Writing( Fall 2 2011) Research Paper Assignment 5/12/2011 She Slapped Him: Abused Men Joe S’s wife slapped his face and scratched him when she got into trouble with money. However, Joe never hit back because he just thinks a man cannot hit a woman. Jeff W. was hit by his...
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  • Nursing
    Females Student Name Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing Module 5: PC606 Theories and Concepts in Primary Care Class # Abstract This paper examines abuse of women in context of the early to middle adulthood lifecycle of family development. The conceptual and operational definitions...
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