Magnanimity, Mindfulness, & Metaphor. Cultivating Balance in Clients and Clinicians Texas University and College Counseling Centers Conference February 6, 2014. Magnanimity. Means “greatness of soul” Greatness results from exemplification of all virtues Virtue = mean between two extremes
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Cultivating Balance in Clients and Clinicians
Texas University and College Counseling Centers Conference
February 6, 2014
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