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#397524 - 05/17/12 01:22 PM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
peroperic2009 Offline
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Registered: 10/09/11
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Loc: South-East Europe
Hey Thebo,
you are our hero, your fight is so inspiring, please be good to yourself and keep mowing forward smile!
Regarding sharing your papers, here is file hosting web:
http://www.filedropper.com/index.php
So you can upload your papers there, you'll get link that you would have to copy and past it here or maybe even better trough PMs (if you don't want for everyone to reach it). And after that guys who get your PM could download and read it. It is not so difficult.
Be well!
Pero
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#398256 - 05/24/12 02:01 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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Registered for Fall classes. Nothing as intense as this semester (I think.) Dynamics of Art Materials, Drama Therapy: Method, and Sign Language.

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#400495 - 06/15/12 10:46 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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I received my financial aid notice the other day and I still have not opened it. I don't know what I'm afraid of. Maybe that it will be good news?

Cross Country Education sent me a promo about two webinars in July: Art Therapy and Anxiety Disorders, and Art Therapy: Interpreting Art and Facilitating Communication. Cross Country is the company that provided the workshop I took on Art Therapy and Grief and Loss, the one that taught me about working with collages. The webinars are an hour and cost about $40 and worth 1 credit hour (We'll see what the New School thinks about that.) I'll probably take them.

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#401110 - 06/21/12 02:14 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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Tonight I spent a couple of hours putting together a Powerpoint presentation of all the collages I have completed. I completed a sizable amount of work and I must say it looks pretty good. I wrote an introduction, made slides of images #1 - #13, with the exception of #6, and I wrote all the captions. It was a lot of work, but I enjoyed it. At present I have done 53, but discarded about half a dozen. It is a work in progress.

I still have not looked at what my notice from financial aid states. Lately I can't focus on anything.

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#401287 - 06/22/12 09:20 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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This thread is registering five digits (over 13,000) in views. I've not seen another thread register so many views.
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"A burned bridge can be a gift; it prevents us from returning to a place we should have never been."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JfvAPZGjds

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#401295 - 06/22/12 12:32 PM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
peroperic2009 Offline
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Hang on Thebo, I hope youŽll get some good news and that youŽll easily accept that. You are doing great job and at the same time some heavy work, who could say that you are not focused and scared of some good stuff when you are battling so many obstacles wink ?
You are our hero!
Pero
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#401388 - 06/23/12 03:28 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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Get outta here! You're kidding me.

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#401389 - 06/23/12 03:31 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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Pero,

Your words always give me so much encouragement.

BTW, I started a Powerpoint presentation of my collages. Didn't realize I have so many.

Also, I want to find another venue to teach arts and crafts.

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#401390 - 06/23/12 03:32 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
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Get outta here! You're kidding me.

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#403284 - 07/11/12 11:48 AM Re: Moving ahead [Re: Thebo]
Thebo Offline
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Registered: 02/16/11
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Things taking a lot of interesting twists and turns.

I may have a job with an agency funded by the city and state as "Youth Specialist." Chances are I do. It is a complete departure from anything I have done professionally but it is moving me along in the "helping professionals" (one of my professors actually used the term) path. I think my T is leery, but supportive. It is working as a supervisor/monitor for juvenile offenders who are opting for the Missouri Method of incarceration. The environment is a home or apartment where six jv's between the ages of 12 and 18 live. It is constantly supervised, because it is, although it is "homey" with no bars, technically incarceration. The reason they want me is that I am studying art therapy and they were impressed with the group activity I came up with on the interview.

As those who know me know, I am now a total wreck. At yesterday's T session I opened up and allowed myself to look into the darkness. It was really hard for me. More train wreck.

Got to run.

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