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What is your theoretical perspective?

Fri, Jun 16th 2006

Dr. Dombeck I am a graduate student at the University of South Florida and I have been surfing your site. I was curious to know what your theoretical perspective is based. Your site offers a wealth of information for perspective clients and pre-professionals. It was very informative for myself and I will recommend it in the future.

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