I help people of all ages choose life by learning the skills necessary for the establishment and maintenance of emotional health. Everyone experiences difficulties that bring us to a crossroads where we must make decisions that have a dramatic effect on our future and that of our loved ones.
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I am not a physician, counselor, or therapist. All information in my articles is from my own personal experience and learning.
I attended Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho (currently Brigham Young University – Idaho), obtaining my Associate in Arts and Science Degree. After marrying and raising seven children, I completed my Bachelor of University Studies Degree at Valley City State University in North Dakota, with an emphasis on “Teaching the Family.” Working full time lead me into the field of special education, and I obtained an Education Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Minot State University. I continued with schooling from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota for my Special Education Credential.