ElizabethCurd

Elizabeth Curd

Elizabeth Curd is a counselor educator in the great mitten state of Michigan. She specializes in helping the Millennial and Generation X population, specifically: surviving adolescence, navigating adulthood, career development and organizational management. She works in East Lansing, MI.

  • Forgiveness and Trust

    Apr 25, 2018
    Trust can be seen as a potential benefit to the injured forgiving party, and is necessary precursor of forgiveness. Gandhi contended that “the weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong”. People often confuse the act of forgiveness with condoning, excusing, pardoning and forgetting.
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  • Forgiveness and Trust

    Apr 14, 2018
    Trust can be seen as a potential benefit to the injured forgiving party, and is necessary precursor of forgiveness. Gandhi contended that “the weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong”. People often confuse the act of forgiveness with condoning, excusing, pardoning and forgetting.
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  • Practical ABC's of Ethics

    Apr 05, 2018
    Many of my clients do not match my cultural heritage and in order to be as effective as I strive to be, I will need to increase my knowledge base of various cultures and research heritage and traditions by immersion.
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  • Professional Tri-Fecta

    Mar 29, 2018
    The American Indians were known for embracing community living and their thrifty economy. They lived off the land, but only used what they needed and wasted nothing.
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  • When Therapists Struggle

    Mar 23, 2018
    When our clients get into “slumps” or “moods”, counselors encourage, offer suggestions, find resources and above all, demonstrate kindness. We wouldn’t think twice about our willingness to go above and beyond when we discern a genuine need for a client whom needs a little extra.
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