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By Shannon Curry (MA ’07, PsyD ’11) DOGS ARE AN INCREDIBLE RESOURCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH; they’re widely available, effective, and efficient. The first known use of dogs for therapeutic purposes was in 1919, when the U.S. secretary of the interior Franklin Lane, suggested that canines be incorporated into the psychiatric …

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Alumni Authors: Joyce H. Craft, EdD

Answered Prayers: Using Scientific Prayer Treatment to Attain Your Highest Good The book features a simple presentation of the five steps of scientific prayer treatment and guides the readers to apply this method to their life to achieve their highest good. Learn more about Craft’s personal experience with answered prayer …

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