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What are the Most Powerful Psychological Techniques? How to Find the Best Help for You or Your Child’s Emotional or Behavioral Issues.

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Who will benefit from this blog?  Any adult or parent who wants to know what the state-of-the-art behavioral health/behavioral science techniques are  OR ANY PERSON who may not be happy with their current therapist/behavioral science professional. One of the saddest … Continue reading

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Fall/Winter 2017 Newsletter

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Protecting Children:  Dr. Brunner’s Presentation at the State Bar of Arizona 2017 Annual Convention at the Westin La Paloma In Tucson, AZ: June 2017  Dr. Brunner co-presented with DR. Jamie Picus on Safe Haven Therapy for children as part of … Continue reading

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Presentation at the Advanced Family Law Conference, Psychologist Panel, Westin LaPaloma, Tucson, Arizona, 2015

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Forensic therapy 101: Therapy recommendations, evidence-based resources, & best practices (2015) Subtitle: “How to not fumble the therapy ball” PowerPoint Presentation  and Handouts: La_Paloma_2015 Brunner_Forensic_Therapy_101_2015 Ten Differences Chart_111715 Resilience_Hand_Divorce ST 1 25   “Better to have died as a small boy than to … Continue reading

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The best questions you can ask to interview and choose a counselor, therapist, or personal consultant/coach

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The chances that – at some point in your lifetime – you or someone you know will utilize the services of a behavioral health professional are very high, according to credible survey research.  To be specific, about one in every … Continue reading

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How to Avoid the Mistake of Trusting your Memory to Determine if your Medication is Really Helping you or Not

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Share this Blog with anyone you know who takes medication for any medical or emotional/behavioral condition. Studies of populations around the world clearly indicate that large segments of people take medication for various reasons.   Moreover, statistics suggest that anywhere from 10-40% … Continue reading

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Dr. Brunner, alongside Julia Grover (OTR/L, CHT), invite you to an exciting presentation for Child/Adolescent Professionals: “Common but Dangerous Developmental Derailers that Professionals often Miss”

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Location: The new University Aloft Hotel, adjacent to the University of Arizona campus (1900 East Speedway, Tucson, Arizona, 85712, Room “Tactic 2”) Who should attend? Professionals who work with children, including pediatricians, psychologists, teachers, counselors, therapists. Please RSVP to Mari@CentralHandTherapy.com … Continue reading

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