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Allied Services counselorÔ??s work published


February 20. 2013 1:20AM
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Kim Stokes, MS, LPC, a licensed professional counselor in the psychology department of Heinz Rehab, recently had an article entitled Addiction & Coping with Medical Illness or Disability: ‘It Can't Happen To Me,' published in the premiere edition of a new professional journal for human services professionals called The Mind, Trauma, Addiction Counseling & Organizational Behavior Issues.


Published by MindBuilders.com, Inc., the publication was created to draw the attention of professionals and their clients to the problem of addiction, mental health and occupational triggers, across the industries, that exacerbate addictive life-style.


Stokes lives in the Back Mountain area of Luzerne County and has been a psychologist with Allied Services for more than 13 years.




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