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Posts Tagged Dr. James Michael Nolan

SWC Sexuality Certificate: A Kick Off Lecture w/ Jason & Ginna

Southwestern College, Santa Fe, has announced the launching (soon) of a certificate in Human Sexual Experience and Expression (I think I got that right, but would not bet the house on it...) We are VERY excited!!      Tonight Jason Holley was a guest lecturer, giving a talk entitled: Organic Sexuality: From Shame into…
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Southwestern College Offers Linked In Workshop

Southwestern College's Entrepreneurship Initiative is an effort to empower its students to function successfully in the "business world" when they graduate. Private practice, consultation, life coaching, contract work, and freelancing, all require entrepreneurial skills like social media fluency, marketing savvy, branding fundamentals and the nuts and bolts of billing and so forth. This workshop is…
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Social Media: A Tidal Wave of Opportunity for Higher Ed by Adam Karwoski

Adam Karwoski is a member of the Southwestern College Board of Advisors. He specializes in Social Media and Higher Ed, as well as B2B Social Media As I walk around the college campuses I visit, it’s amazing how technology has consumed the student body.   The majority of students I see have their earphones plugged…
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Therapists & the New Social Media World Order

What Therapists Need to Know About the New Order of Things in Ten Bullet Points The world is changing incredibly fast That doesn’t have to be scary, but you DO have to pay attention The economy and Obamacare are going to lead to a new culture of jobs/careers in this country (they already are…
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Pew Research Center Report on “Is College Worth It?”

From Pew Research Center Is College Worth It? College Presidents, Public Assess Values, Quality and Mission of Higher Education May 16, 2011 These points come directly from this study, with no interpretation from me (Jim Nolan). I may add those later, but it is important to have a DATA BASED report on this topic,…
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Please Stop Using “Trauma”, “Healing” and “Awesome” Disrespectfully

People in the psychotherapy world use the word "traumatic" far too glibly. Trauma is not the same as "I didn't like it." And people talk about "Healing" all the time, but does that mean the person who is getting the healing is "wounded"? Healing should NOT mean "It felt good." I just want us…
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Seven Ways to Build Your Resume & Create Career Opportunities

Seven Ways to Build Your Resume & Create Career Opportnities 1) Join a professional organization, 2) Volunteer for a leadership position in it 3) Present at a professional, state level conference 4) Write a piece for Sunspots, the newsletter of the New Mexico Counseling Association (or a similar newsletter) 5) Volunteer…
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Social Media Coach: Images & Infinitely More

Images, You Tube, Call to Action, Instagram, Vine, Vimeo, Scoop It, Stumble Upon, Trip Advisor, Yelp and Keywords Using Images You will decide for yourself what your web page will look like, but you should make this general note to yourself: Pinterest, the newer Facebook Timelines,the new Google Plus,  and a lot of the popular…
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How to Choose a Graduate School in Counseling or Art Therapy

I have come to realize that a lot of prospective students looking at master’s degrees in counseling or art therapy really just don’t get it. This graduate school journey is only very partially about “getting a master’s degree in counseling or art therapy.” It is really about: 1. Realizing your dreams (No kidding.) 2. Recognizing…
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SWC Social Media Coaching: Pinterest, Twitter, Google Plus, Hootsuite

Conversation Number Four: Images, Pinterest, You Tube, Twitter, Google Plus, Hootsuite Using Images You will decide for yourself what your page will look like, but you should note this: Pinterest, the newer Facebook Timelines, and a lot of the popular literature on social media marketing emphasize the increasing importance of images, photos, videos, memes,…
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SWC Social Media Coaching: General Guidelines

Southwestern College’s Social Media Coaching Conversation Number Three: General Guidelines and Info about Social media (stuff you should know early on) Establishing a Clear Identity It helps to have a clear sense of your mission, your strengths, and the kind of practice (and/or website) you ideally would like to create. When I see ads where…
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Southwestern College’s New Social Media Coaching Conversations Series…

Southwestern College’s Social Media Coaching Conversations…  --for students, alumni, faculty & staff of Southwestern College --by Jim Nolan, President, Southwestern College Conversation Number One: Intro & Facebook Over the past several years, I have made a valiant effort to put Southwestern College on the Social Media map. As you probably know, Social Media has become…
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