Posted on February 7th, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: John The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on February 2nd, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: Oriana The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on February 1st, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: Monica The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on January 31st, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: LyNae The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on September 20th, 2021 in Blog, Difficult Conversations, Events, Language, Neurodiversity by kmcclana

**Content warning: This article contains references to discrimination, stigmatization, microaggressions, and other forms of violence against people on the basis of race, disability, and other social statuses.** Words Matter: Why I Embrace Anti-Ableist Language: by Catkin O’Grady Ableist language–we see it, hear it, and sometimes even use it ourselves, often without realizing that we’re doing …

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