BZA clinicians have begun to return to the office for in-person sessions, and will continue telehealth sessions as is clinically appropriate. Face masks are required in our offices for NON-VACCINATED AND VACCINATED individuals alike, as BZA is considered a medical services provider. We will continue to observe Office Safety Precautions as well during this latest phase of the pandemic. For further questions, please contact our office or contact your therapist directly.
I ran across two interesting abstracts for recently published articles!
Student-Teacher Relationships and Adult Health:
Jinho Kim (2021) found a strong positive relationship between good student-teacher relationships and adult health, even accounting
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