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undergraduate degree at Lakeshore behavioral health and changed careers in 1983 once he
received his certification in Rehabilitation Counseling. He worked south of Buffalo for 3 yea
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setting. Clinically signicant change as established by remission. recovery. and reliable
change is evident among those completing all 6 lessons (the Comple