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I believe if you are researching counselors, you are ready to make changes in your life.

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The ground floor contained classrooms with second hand desks. The school welcomed 45 enrolled students on the first day of classes on September 12, 1906.

Each girl paid tuition per year, and at the end of the first year one of the students was accepted to and enrolled in Randolph-Macon Woman's College.

I believe if you are researching counselors, you are ready to make changes in your life.

I use cognitive behavioral, interpersonal and client-centered therapies that are tailored to your particular personality and needs.

I believe that the therapeutic relationship that we develop is the most important aspect of your growth and healing.

The ground floor contained classrooms with second hand desks. The school welcomed 45 enrolled students on the first day of classes on September 12, 1906.

Each girl paid tuition per year, and at the end of the first year one of the students was accepted to and enrolled in Randolph-Macon Woman's College.

Its brother school, The Mc Callie School, had been founded a year earlier by Mc Callie's brothers. Autumn Adkins Graves, former president of Girard College and named one of "O Magazine's" Women to Watch for the Decade in 2010.