Many students enter college with a firm idea of what major will they will study. For others, it’s at decision that they make during their freshman or sophmore year of college. We thought we’d share with you this funny comic strip about choosing a major of study.
A colleague shared with us this incredible video about bullying, written by Shane Koyczan, a spoken word poet and writer. It’s incredibly beautiful. Please take the time to watch this video and reflect on how we can stop bullying. Shane said this about this video and poem: “This animated piece is the result of a […]
Last Friday, February 22nd, we co hosted an event called “Adolescent Rites of Passage”. We had a great turnout for the event! One of the local news stations sent out a reporter to cover the event. He wrote an article about the the workshop. Here’s what Zoheb Hassanali of Fox News had to say: COLUMBIA (WACH) […]
We wanted to wish you all a happy Valentine’s Day! Today, we are all thankful for the love that we are able to share with you, our clients! Happy Valentine’s Day!
Yesterday afternoon, we had the pleasure of accompanying our speaker, Kedar Brown, of our Adolescent Rites of Passage workshop to the local WIS TV station for a quick interview! To watch the interview, play the clip below. You can also view the clip at the WISTTV website (found here). This workshop will examine the […]
At The Price Group, we work with clients and families with many different persepctive, issues, and situations. In our opinion, the issues connected with personality disorders often have a negative stigma or association with it. We’d love to share with you some information from a program that we have worked with repeatedly. It provides a […]
Why can’t you just give us a list of schools? How many times do we get this question? A LOT. When I first joined our national organization, IECA (Independent Educational Consultants Assocation), I asked one consultant, “so…what are the best schools for kid with learning differences?” I had no idea at that time that I […]
Rachel’s daughter, Reagan, was born 11 weeks premature. She spent 43 days in the hospital NICU before she and her husband were able to bring her home. During those long 43 days, Rachel learned many lessons. Perhaps one of the most important things she learned is to be an advocate for her daughter. An advocate is defined as: […]
We hope that you will join us for a workshop on the Rites of Passages for Adolescents! This workshop will examine the innate hunger adolescents have for initiation and how if adults do not provide intentional forms of Rites of Passage for adolescents, they may create their own rite of passage. This passage may include […]
We often receive newsletters from organizations and programs, including the Lindner Center for Hope. Last week, they shared with us an interesting article on the current mental health profession situation in the United States. We thought it was an interesting article. Louise was especially inspired after reading it. She said, “I really like this article and […]