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“I’m good at that!”

By Anne Evans-Cazier, LCSW | October 14, 2021

I was in a meeting recently with several colleagues, all skillful, talented, and successful in their own right. One of them brought up a professional challenge and my friend Lori replied, “Oh, I’m good at that.”    Just a simple statement of competency. We started to talk about how refreshing it was to hear someone…

Old Man Goes Back to School

By Calvert F Cazier, PhD, MPH | October 12, 2021

It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon in May of 2005. I awakened from a nap with a jolt and immediately started arguing with myself. A little voice inside my head was telling me that I needed to go back to school and get a PhD. I immediately told this voice that there was no way…

Resiliency

By Anne Evans-Cazier, LCSW | October 7, 2021

First light. Such a beautiful time for a walk along the Colorado River. The autumn chill in the air felt delicious after the long, hot summer. I was excited as I pulled on my boots, jacket and knit beanie, then slipped out of the tiny cabin we had rented for the weekend.   Later in…

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