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Walter S. Smitson

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University of Cincinnati

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University of Cincinnati

2600 Clifton Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio,45221

United States

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The University of Cincinnati's FETCHLAB™ was the first institution the world to have the capability to teach animal audiology. The University of Cincinnati's Graduate School offers an Animal Audiology Certificate to qualified candidates. The educational obje... more

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Weekly Bulletin | Madison Avenue Christian Church

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Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future.
Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic,...


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Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future.
Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic,... Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future. Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic,...


www.mchurch.com

Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future."
Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic, and a great friend of Madison Avenue Christian Church.


Small Group Discussion Series Begins | Madison Avenue Christian Church

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Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future."
Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic, and a great friend of Madison Avenue Christian Church. Members of MACC are invited to participate in a small group discussion series led by Dr. Walter Smitson on how "past traumas affect our present decision-making and our hopes for the future." Dr. Smitson is the author of four books and numerous articles, a University of Cincinnati professor, psychotherapist, President and CEO of Central Clinic, and a great friend of Madison Avenue Christian Church.


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We asked Associate Professor Michael Baigent, Clinical Advisor to beyondblue, and Dr. Walter Smitson, professor of psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine, for advice.
Says Dr. Smitson, "Most people just need reassurance that this will clear up and that there's nothing horribly wrong with them." But there are other, more practical ways to approach the SAD challenge. "A dim, candlelit restaurant isn't a good idea," Dr. Smitson says, and neither are movies in darkened theatres-try a trip to the shopping mall instead. And rather than watching TV with the lights off, buy your partner a "sun box," a bright halogen lamp that mimics the effects of sunlight. DON'T MAKE ANY IMPORTANT DECISIONS 'TIL THE SPRING THAW Sometimes it can't be avoided, but June, July and August aren't the best months to discuss big plans for the future if one partner is depressed. This is where undiagnosed SAD can be a real hindrance to relationships. "The partner may start to feel that he's not really interested in the person with SAD," Dr. Smitson says.


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