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January 2013 Update

What an exciting time to be part of of this therapeutic endeavour. We have seen the implementation of a brand new website, a transition to a new office entity, and meeting with several new clients. The website has been visited by interested individuals from Edmonton, Red Deer, Fort Mac Murray, Sherwood Park, Virgina, Ohio, California, Beijing, Ireland, and beyond.
 
I look forward to the continuation of our intensive therapeutic work. My hope is that we can prepare another cohort of committed individuals to join one of the intensive men's groups or weekend retreats planned for Spring 2013. I have already received expressed interest in starting another Facing the Shadow Men's group. Please check our Events section regularly for updates.
 
We have now become Square mobile capable in order to accept immediate credit card payments (Visa, Mastercard) securely through mobile smart phone. This is offered in addition to our online PayPal services. Also note the previous domain-free logo has been replaced by a new copyrighted logo designed by my arts savvy daughter. This new logo will become the image associated with your recovery on purpose.

2 Comments to January 2013 Update:

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Gino Ramiro on January-30-13 3:54 AM
Valuable information is here about your Evidence-based therapy.Already, I've checked your events that is success to change my outlook about your therapy. But your credit card payment most important for them who welling to reduce their cash handling.
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Robert Kaminsky on January-30-13 8:13 AM
I appreciate your response Gino especially as it is also the first blog response. I believe that transparency and clarity is paramount towards the nurturing of a therapeutic relationship. I consider that to be unclear about fees upfront just sets one or both parties up for false hope and later disappointment. I can also redirect the energies that would be used for collections fully to the therapeutic work and the relationship building.

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