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Music Therapy In Baltimore Fosters Creative, Healing Expressionism In Patients"I have found music and music therapy interventions to be one of the fastest ways to break down emotional walls, and it’s amazing to see music take hold of the patients on the unit,” says Amanda Rosado.
Baltimore Jobseekers Are Incorporating Mobile Methods Into Job SearchesJobOn’s application process is revolutionary, as it puts hiring the best worker right in the palm of your hand, quite literally. The application process is simple; rather than filling out long forms to apply online.
Further Education Helps Baltimore Nurse Become Mental Health DirectorAt Sheppard Pratt Williams-Porter serves as a mediator and liaison for the staff. She works closely with different disciplines including attendants, service chiefs, nurses, mental health workers, social workers, rehabilitation staff and secretarial/clerical staff.
Higher Education Advances Career For A Former Baltimore Dispatcher“My education prepared me for this position by teaching me the fundamentals of criminal justice and forensics. It taught me skills that I use daily in the field," says Amy Seman.
Baltimore Therapist Helps Clients By Using Hypnotherapeutic Methods"It is extremely important to continue to learn and find new, innovative ways to reach clients. Each one is unique, very special and deserves to have that client-centered approach," says Mary Sidhwani.
Baltimore Principal Knows How To Make A Positive Difference"Don’t be afraid to try new things, fail, and try again. I have seen incredible things happen, just because there was a group of individuals that had their hearts in the right place and took a chance," says Bernadette Ortiz-Brewster.
Former Baltimore SWAT Leader Says Field Requires 'Self-Discipline'"The good SWAT guys are the ones who take care of business and are never heard from. It is for the mature person who takes responsibility for their actions and displays a great deal of self-discipline," says officer Dave Sweren.
Baltimore Start Up Designs New App To Connect Like Minded PeopleIt is estimated there will be about 182 million smartphone users here in the U.S. this year, making the market for applications a competitive and lucrative business.
Baltimore Getting Much Needed Services For Cancer PatientsA diagnosis of cancer remains all too common here in the United States; according to the American Cancer Society, there will be about 1,658,370 new cases in 2015.
Baltimore CFO Draws Inspiration From Her Father's StoryWhile education is usually thought of in terms of a degree or credential, the process is also meant to instill what is often called soft skills.
Educator Proudly Leads A Baltimore Magnet Finance ProgramSince 1982, the National Academy Foundation has been providing a successful educational model in underserved public schools by preparing students academically.
Relationship Repair Keeps Baltimore A Therapist Very BusyRelationships form the core of our society, starting with the family and branching out into the interpersonal relationships we form through marriage and our chosen professions.