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Caron holds a PhD from Drew University and is currently associate professor of religious studies at Saint Joseph College, Connecticut. Her publications have appeared in Cistercians Studies Quarterly and the American Benedictine Review.
Halstead (counselor education, Saint Joseph College, Connecticut) created this monograph in response to a perceived lack of a framework with which counselors can gain a deep understanding of the core problems and patterns that, more than isolated incidents, must be understood to offer effective intervention to a client.
Researchers at Saint Joseph College, Connecticut insist the books are moral.
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