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May 2016

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Nutrition and Mental Health: Exploring the Mind-Body Connection. Elizabeth Szlek, MA, LMHC, NCC, NTP, CGP. May 25 Spokane WA. May 26 Portland OR. May27 Seattle WA. CE: 6 hours Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor, Case Manager, Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Psychologist, Social Worker. Fee: 9 single rate. discount if registering 10 days before the seminar. Open to public. (800) 397-0180. Web: www.CrossCountryEducation.com/cce/ Email:

Have a client that is stuck? Seattle WA. What if their brain doesn't have the nutrients to change or be stable? Dr. Kristen Allott optimizing brains for better decision-making, creativity, and health. Learn more at (206) 579-2757. Web: www.KristenAllott.com

June 2016

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29th Annual Northwest Conference on Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders. More than 15 faculty including Gabor Maté MD; Tina Payne Bryson PhD; Janina Fisher PhD; John Briere PhD; Claudia Black PhD; Reid Wilson PhD. June 1-3. Seattle (Bellevue) WA. Exploring the complex issues within the physical, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of mental illness and addictive disorders. Full program brochure available mid-February. Includes trauma treatment, neuroscience, depression and anxiety, mindfulness, co-occurring disorders, ethics and many more. The latest neuroscience and clinical research will be explored as it applies to psychotherapy. Held at Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Fee: Early bird fees and Daily fees available. see website or call. CE: Up to 20 hrs NBCC, Psychologist, Social Worker, Substance Abuse Counselor, Nurse and others. U.S. Journal Training, Inc. and Institute for Integral Development. Open to public. (800) 441-5569 or (954) 360-0909 9am-5pm (EST). Web: www.usjt.com

Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy. Rochelle Wright MS, LMHC, CDP. June 3-4 or October 14-15. Gig Harbor WA. Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy includes two essential components to help patients with feelings associated with the loss of a loved one. Therapy includes repairing any unfinished business with the relationship that did not have closure when the person passed and connecting and reattaching to the deceased person in a healthy way that is meaningful and healing. This is a remarkable training. CE: 12 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Structured Educational Consultation Group for therapists providing foster care and adoption therapy in their practices. Deborah Gray MSW, MPA. June 3 (10am-1pm). Kirkland WA. This open and ongoing consult group will meet every few months, each time for 3.0 hours. Limited to 12 members. The new address is: 11335 NE 122nd Way, Kirkland, Nurturing Attachments Conference Room. CE: 3 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: . Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Changes to HIPAA, HITECH, and Washington Regulations Impacting Mental Health Care Providers (6 Law and Ethics CEs). Marvin W Eidinger Jr, PhD, JD. June 3. Shoreline WA. On March 26, 2013, the regulations that enforce HIPAA and HITECH were enhanced to tighten the responsibilities each of us has related to our clients' protected health information (PHI). Together, HIPAA and HITECH address PHI on paper and PHI stored and transmitted by computers. These laws intermix with Washington State laws and regulations. Therapists must protect clients with the strictest of federal or state law. CE: 6 CEs, 6 Law and Ethics CEs, psychologist (pending). Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

A Client-Centered Orientation to HIPAA Security and Technology in Mental Health Practice (6 Law and Ethics CEs). Roy Huggins LPC, NCC. June 10. Portland OR. Mental health clinicians work to foster health in our clients wherever they are in the process, and we need our tools to help us do that ethically and legally. Go beyond just the HIPAA checklists and join a technologist/professional counselor to learn realistic, non-fear-based rules of HIPAA compliance, ethics codes on technology, and how we use technology to help clients and keep our licenses safe. Held at Oregon City Providence Willamette Falls Community Center. CE: 6 Law and Ethics CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Preparation Training for the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam (NCMHCE). Brenda Butterfield EdD, MSW, LMHC. June 10. Shoreline WA. This course, based on the DSM 5, will provide you with what you need to prepare yourself procedurally, educationally and psychologically to complete the "project" of becoming a licensed mental health counselor. Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 6 CEUs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Psychopharmacology for the Non-Prescriber. Rodolfo Trivisonno MD. June 10. Shoreline WA. This is a seminar directed at non-prescribing mental health and chemical dependence professionals aiming at improving their knowledge in the area of basic Psychopharmacology used in clinical practice. Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Hakomi Nourishing Communication: Increase your Capacity to Practice Open-Hearted Appreciation in Personal and Professional. Roxanne Peterson PhD, LMHC, RN, CHT; Miles Springer CHT; Lynne Accetta-Scheffer MA, CHT. June 11-12. Tacoma WA. Fee: 5/0 after 5/28 (bring a friend off each. Use the PLUSONE discount.) CE: 12 CEs Licensed Social Worker, Mental Health Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Massage Practitioner. Seattle Hakomi Education Network. Open to public. (253) 380-9750. Web: www.seattlehakomi.com Email:

Focusing-Oriented Therapy and Complex Trauma Training Program: A two-year continuing education program for therapists and healing professionals. Jeffrey Morrison LMHC. First workshop offered twice, October 29-30 or November 12-13. Vashon Island WA. Free talk and demo June 11th. Focusing is an experiential, research-based process that inspired much of the somatically-oriented, mindfulness-based work being done today. Each year consists of five weekend workshops. Find out how you can transform your practice and relationships. (206) 935-7850. Web: www.morrisontherapy.com Email:

Disarming the Suicidal Mind: Evidence-Based Assessment. Timothy Spruill MA, EdD. June 13 Spokane WA. June 14 Portland OR. June 15 Seattle WA. CE: 6 hours Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor, Case Manager, Counselor, Educator, Ethics, Marriage and Family Therapist, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Psychologist, Social Worker. Fee: 9 single rate. discount if registering 10 days before the seminar. Open to public. (800) 397-0180. Web: www.CrossCountryEducation.com/cce/ Email:

Ethics in the 21st Century: Managing Boundaries in a Digital Age (6 Law and Ethics credits). Lisa Erickson MS, LMHC. June 17. Shoreline WA. Historically, mental health providers have had control over what clients can learn about them and have used this "blank slate" to their clinical advantage. But times are changing and clients now have access to much more information about therapists than ever before. In this dynamic and engaging workshop, explore how on-line access to personal information shapes modern clinical practice. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Find Your Joy with Aylee Welch, LICSW An Introductory Body-Psychotherapy Workshop. June 18-19. Seattle WA. Aylee Welch, LICSW (206) 910-9766. Web: www.bodypsychotherapyschool.com/specialevents/ Email:

Mindfulness for Children and Adolescents. Sivie Suckerman MA, LMHC. June 24. Portland (Oregon City) OR. This course will help clinicians understand the key concepts behind mindfulness, how to explain and utilize the concepts of mindfulness with children at different developmental levels, and practical tools for use in individual sessions or in groups. Held at Oregon City Providence Willamette Falls Community Center. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

The Therapeutic Alliance: Reclaiming the Essential Ingredient for Evidence Based Treatment in the 21st Century. Brenda Butterfield EdD, MSW, LMHC. June 24. Redmond WA. Evidence based treatment methods, supported by data, are expected of clinicians for routine approval by insurance companies. There are, however, other factors with greater effect sizes that contribute to psychotherapy outcomes, like the therapeutic alliance. In the day of mechanizing mental health treatment this essential ingredient must unequivocally be honored and respected by clinicians. CE: 6 CEUs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 0. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Childhood Trauma. Kristie Baber MSW, LICSW. June 24. Shoreline WA. This class will give practicing therapists and other professionals working with young children an understanding of trauma presentation, treatment, and repercussions. We will explore the developmental and relational damage that occurs with complex trauma. Particular focus on at-risk populations and the impacts and recovery from abuse, neglect and loss. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Marylhurst University Summer Weekend Expressive Therapies Workshops. June through August. Marylhurst OR. (10 miles south of Portland). June 24-25: Introduction to Art Therapy Workshop. June 25-26: Art Therapy Media and Methods. July 8-9: Introduction to Dance Movement. July 15-16: Understanding Children's Art. July 22-23: Art Therapy in the Schools. July 29-30: Bereavement & Art Therapy: Shatter & Repair. Aug 5-6: Therapeutic Storytelling & Interpersonal Neurobiology. Aug 12-13: Art Therapy with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Aug 19-20: Art Therapy Treatment of Children with Attachment Disorders. NOTE: You do not need to be admitted to the M.A. program to join us for the workshops. CE: Academic credit or CEU's, NBCC. (503) 699-6268 or (800) 634-9982 x6268. Web: www.marylhurst.edu/summer-workshops

UW Master of Social Work Extended Degree Program. Seattle WA. Our part-time MSW Extended Degree Program is designed for working students and students from a wider geographic region with foundation courses offered in the evening and on paired Fridays/Saturdays. Choose between concentrations in: multigenerational practice with children, families and elders, or integrative health-mental health advanced practice and study at the University of Washington, one of the nation's top social work programs. (206) 543-5676. Web: //socialwork.uw.edu/programs/msw/msw-extended-degree-program Email:

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Herbal Support for Mental Health Difficulties with Aylee Welch, LICSW; Master Herbalist. July 8-9. Seattle WA. Aylee Welch, LICSW (206) 910-9766. Web: www.bodypsychotherapyschool.com/specialevents/ Email:

Ethics and Informed Consent: Thinking Through the Issues (6 Law and Ethics CEs). Lisa Erickson MS, LMHC. July 8. Shoreline WA. How often do we have the time to think about the larger issues affecting clinical practice? We know Client Disclosure Statements are required, but do we think about the nuances and issues related to informed consent? In this training we will start with the basics and quickly move beyond them. Held at Clover Park Technical College. CE: 6 Law and Ethics CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Suicide Assessment and Treatment. Robin Shapiro LICSW. July 9 or October 1. Seattle WA. Register at the website below CE: 6 CEUs counselor, social worker, MFT, MD, ARNP, PhD. The Washington State Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers. Fee: 0/Coalition members, 0/nonmembers. (206) 444-4304. Web: wacoalition.org

Developing an "Essential-Self" Care Practice. Brenda Butterfield EdD, MSW, LMHC. July 15 or September 16. Redmond WA. An "Essential-Self" Care Practice of only 15 minutes a day can be integral to improved mental health and overall wellbeing. Using lecture, group discussion, self-reflection, and hands on practice you will learn "Essential-Self" Care principles and practices you can teach your clients. Integration of "Essential-Self" Care into assessment, treatment planning and service delivery will also be presented. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 0. Open to public. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

EMDR Training. Weekend 2 July 15. Seattle WA. Weekend 1 September 23-25 Portland OR. Dr Francine Shapiro is the originator of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a specialized approach that accelerates treatment of anxiety-based complaints and self-esteem issues, related to both upsetting past events and present life conditions. This method integrates into and augments a treatment plan. Training consists of lecture, live and videotaped demonstrations, and small group exercises. EMDR. (831) 761-1040 Fax (831) 761-1204. Web: www.emdr.com

Suicidality: Recognition, Assessment and Treatment (meets new Washington State requirement). Randi Jensen MA, LMHC. July 15. Shoreline WA. This workshop meets the new Washington state continuing education requirement for suicide training and presents original concepts in the development of suicidality and a healing process that is directed, encouraged and supported through a specifically designed peer protocol. Social support approach is based on existing evidence-based practices. Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 6 CEs meet Washington State requirements. Cascadia Training. Fee: 0. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Understanding and Preventing Suicide (Meets State Requirement). Richard Stride PsyD, LPC, LMHC. July 15. Vancouver WA. Suicide assessment, treatment and management training is now required for mental health practitioners in Washington State. This training meets the state requirement. This workshop uses practical interactive, practical application and a group discussion format to help with utilizing suicide assessment, treatment and management in your clinical practice. CE: 6 CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Hakomi Loving Presence: Expand your Ability to Practice this Specialized Method of Listening Beneficial in both Personal and Professional Relationships. Roxanne Peterson PhD, LMHC, RN, CHT; Trish Christean MA, CHT, LMHCA; Miles Springer CHT. July16-17. Bainbridge Island WA. Fee: 5/0 after 7/2 (bring a friend off each. Use the PLUSONE discount.) CE: 12 CEs Licensed Social Worker, Mental Health Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Massage Practitioner. Seattle Hakomi Education Network. Open to public. (360) 509-1988. Web: www.seattlehakomi.com Email:

Introducing the Crucible® Brain Science in Relationships Workshop. David Schnarch PhD and Ruth Morehouse PhD. July 21-24. Bellevue WA. The first fully developed therapy based on the brain science of Mind-Mapping, Mind-Masking and Traumatic Mind-Mapping. Class size is small so your participation and learning opportunities are enhanced. CE: Yes, check website. Crucible® Institute. Fee: Registration: Early by June 9/0; Regular/0. (303) 670-2630. Web: www.crucible4points.com Email:

Marylhurst University Summer Weekend Expressive Therapies Workshops. July through August. Marylhurst OR. (10 miles south of Portland). July 8-9: Introduction to Dance Movement. July 15-16: Understanding Children's Art. July 22-23: Art Therapy in the Schools. July 29-30: Bereavement & Art Therapy: Shatter & Repair. Aug 5-6: Therapeutic Storytelling & Interpersonal Neurobiology. Aug 12-13: Art Therapy with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Aug 19-20: Art Therapy Treatment of Children with Attachment Disorders. NOTE: You do not need to be admitted to the M.A. program to join us for the workshops. CE: Academic credit or CEU's, NBCC. (503) 699-6268 or (800) 634-9982 x6268. Web: www.marylhurst.edu/summer-workshops

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High Speed Treatment of Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A 4-Day T.E.A.M. / Advanced CBT Training. David Burns MD. August 1-4. S. San Francisco CA. IAHB has been inundated with requests that David Burns provide a more in-depth training opportunity - one that would allow time for practice, individual attention, and exploring issues of particular interest to participants. We are excited to announce that David will be presenting just such a workshop this summer. This workshop is limited in size to maximize personal attention, features live demonstrations, opportunity for supervised practice, and includes the latest, most powerful treatment techniques for depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems, addictions, and more. CE: 32CE/CMEs. Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior. Fee: 9 (14 days prior), 9 (received by noon on day prior). (800) 258-8411. Web: www.iahb.org Email:

Gender Odyssey Professional. Johanna Olson MD; Aydin Kennedy MSW, ACSW; Trystan Cotten PhD; Michele Angello PhD. August 3-4. Seattle WA. The GO Pro seminar is for those professionals and students seeking to advance their understanding and knowledge of gender variance and transgender identities. Leading experts will offer sessions covering gender identity across the lifespan. CE: Therapist and social worker CEUs, Teacher clock hours, CMUs. Seattle Counseling Services, National Center for Lesbian Rights. Fee: Two days/5, 0 students. One day/5, 0 students. Open to public. Aidan Key 1-855-4GENDER. Web: www.genderdiversity.org/gopro/ Email:

Clinical Supervision: Becoming an Approved Supervisor (includes 4 Law and Ethics CEs). Lisa Erickson MS, LMHC. August 5-6. Shoreline WA. This 15 hour training meets the educational requirement for becoming an approved supervisor in Washington state. Learn about the supervision WAC, the differences between supervision and case consultation, the multicultural, gender and age differences, the law and ethics of supervision and have a chance to problem solve common supervision concerns all within a collaborative and supportive training. Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 15 CEs OSPI, NBCC, Meets complete DOH supervision requirement. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Hypnotherapy Professional Training Intensive. Mary Lee LaBay; Susan Fields. August 7-12 (8am-6pm). Kenmore WA. CE: 100 CEUs, CMEs. Bastyr University. (425) 602-3152. Web: www.Bastyr.edu/Continuing-Education/Course-Calendar Email:

Marylhurst University Summer Weekend Expressive Therapies Workshops. August. Marylhurst OR. (10 miles south of Portland). August 5-6: Therapeutic Storytelling & Interpersonal Neurobiology. August 12-13: Art Therapy with Autism Spectrum Disorders. August 19-20: Art Therapy Treatment of Children with Attachment Disorders. NOTE: You do not need to be admitted to the M.A. program to join us for the workshops. CE: Academic credit or CEU's, NBCC. (503) 699-6268 or (800) 634-9982 x6268. Web: www.marylhurst.edu/summer-workshops

Professional Biofeedback Certification Training. Brad S Lichtenstein ND, BCB. August 19-21 (8am-7pm) plus online. Seattle WA. CE: 48 CEUs. Fulfills the didactic requirement toward BCIA Certification. Bastyr University. (425) 602-3152. Web: www.Bastyr.edu/Continuing-Education/Course-Calendar Email:

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Four Directions Addictions and Health Awareness Conference. September 11-16. Suquamish Clearwater Resort Hosted by Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling and the Suquamish Tribe. Sessions on clinical and behavioral health, community engagement and cultural issues, addiction and treatment, trauma and suicide prevention. Theme: Honoring Our Past - Protecting Our Future: Through Holistic Health, Wellness, and Recovery Support. Scholarships available. CE: Up to 30 CE units/hours, including NAADAC and WMHCA. (360) 352-6133. Web: //fourdirections.evergreencpg.org Email:

Become a Clinical Supervisor (Includes 4 Law and Ethics CEs). Yvonne Owen PhD. September 15-16 or November 3-4. Shoreline WA. This didactic, experiential two-day workshop meets the 15 hours required training to become an approved supervisor in Washington State and addresses the issues surrounding effective clinical supervision. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice the new supervisor skills they have learned.Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 15 CEs OSPI, NBCC, Meets complete DOH supervision requirement. Cascadia Training. Fee: 9. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Ethical and Legal Issues in Digital Age Private Practice: A Heart-Centered Approach (6 Law and Ethics CEs). Roy Huggins LPC, NCC. September 16. Portland (Oregon City) OR. Managing a practice in the modern era has significantly increased in complexity. Paperless offices, Skype therapy, an increasing pressure to get our clients records on "the cloud," using websites to market ourselves. What in the digital age private practice is ethical, legal and good for our clients and ourselves. Held at Providence Willamette Falls Community Center, Oregon City. CE: 6 CEs Law and Ethics credits. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Mindfulness Self Compassion (MSC) Group. Sue Neufeld-Ellis LMHC, CSAT, RN. September 22 - November 17, meets 8 Thursdays from 6-9pm with a 4 hour retreat on Saturday October 22. Bellevue WA. Open to health care providers, clients and the general public. Sue has been a meditation teacher for 20 years. She has also trained in Mindfulness at the University of Washington and UCSD. The research shows that these practices can lead to a decrease of stressful emotions, increased resiliency, and an increased sense of well-being. Fee: 5. Sue Neufeld-Ellis (425) 455-4207. Web: www.quantumhealing.us

Ethics and Law in Action (6 Law and Ethics credits). Bruce Spencer MA, PhD, LMHC; Robert Smith, Attorney at Law. September 23. Shoreline WA. This workshop will review specific ethics and laws most commonly problematic for the practitioner. In addition, the content will include numerous real case scenarios for participants to analyze, discuss and apply ethical decision-making processes. The seminar is designed to be interactive and participants are encouraged to ask questions regarding issues they have experienced. Held at Shoreline Center. CE: 6 Law and Ethics CEs. Cascadia Training. Fee: 5. Brian Andersen (206) 441-6892. Web: www.cascadia-training.com Email:

Passionate Marriage® Couples Enrichment Weekend (CEW). David Schnarch PhD; Ruth Morehouse PhD. September 30 - October 2. Bellevue WA. Our Couples workshop is a psycho-educational experience combining lively, informative presentations and discussion with guided experiential activities that help couples understand the true nature of emotional and sexual intimacy in committed relationships. Therapists, this is an excellent resource for your clients and colleagues. Many therapists also attend this workshop to enhance their own relationship. Crucible Institute. Fee: 00/Early Registration, 50/Regular. (303) 670-2630. Web: www.crucible4points.com Email:

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Fear of Flying Clinic. Next clinic: October 15-16 and October 22-23. Seattle WA. Afraid to fly? Seattle non-profit Fear of Flying Clinic has helped thousands for over 30 years. Two weekends including a graduation flight offered twice a year. www.facebook.com/FearOfFlyingClinic (206) 772-1122. Web: www.fearofflyingclinic.org Email:

Spiritually Based Gestalt Therapy Intensives. Leonard Shaw MSW. October 22-23. Seattle WA. These are opportunities to reclaim your personal power and peace of mind regardless of original circumstances or trauma. Leonard has been leading these deephealing Intensives for 25 years in Europe and our state prisons. Many therapists from Europe and Canada have participated in these sacred events. He describes it as "love and forgiveness ego death and surrender." CE: 13 CEU's . Fee: 0-0 sliding scale. (206) 322-5785. Email:

Focusing-Oriented Therapy and Complex Trauma Training Program: A two-year continuing education program for therapists and healing professionals. Jeffrey Morrison LMHC. First workshop offered twice, October 29-30 or November 12-13. Vashon Island WA. Free talk and demo June 11th. Focusing is an experiential, research-based process that inspired much of the somatically-oriented, mindfulness-based work being done today. Each year consists of five weekend workshops. Find out how you can transform your practice and relationships. (206) 935-7850. Web: www.morrisontherapy.com Email:

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Seattle School of Body-Psychotherapy Certification Program: Year One: November 3-7, 2016 February 23-27, 2017 May 25-29, 2017. Seattle WA. Aylee Welch, LICSW (206) 910-9766. Web: www.bodypsychotherapyschool.com Email:


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