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Relationship Survivability

Posted by pae on 16th November 2012

John is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), receiving his Master’s Degree in Social Services (MSS) in 1993 at Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work & Social Research.  The focus of John’s training has been in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).  But his training doesn't describe his approach as much as his interpersonal style does.  Currently, John is the Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Underwood Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program where he is responsible for training Family Doctors in the behavioral sciences. John operates his private practice in coordination with Total Rehab & Fitness in Cherry Hill, NJ, where he is the Director of Behavioral Services.  A significant part of his practice is devoted to relationship problems and couples therapy.

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Financial Survivability Presented by Mary Anne Ehlert, CFP®

Posted by pae on 16th November 2012

Mary Anne is a financial professional and sister to an individual with disabilities. She is highly regarded as a specialist in working with families of individuals with disabilities and the elderly and speaks to conferences and television audiences on financial planning.

As President and Founder of both Protected Tomorrows, Inc. and Ehlert Financial Group, Inc., Mary Anne serves as a member of the Board of Directors of several organizations providing services to children and adults with special needs, including; Vice-chair, National Disability Institute in Washington DC, and Illinois Special Olympics. She is a member of the Alliance for the Mentally Ill, The ARC of Illinois and the National Council on Aging.

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