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Mary Foston-English L.M.F.T. - Recognized by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists on her recent publication

As we have stated in our past conversations, it's ok to market ourselves and to use existing structures to do so too. Our very own Mary Foston-English, LMFT, CEAP, (of the Stanford Faculty Help Center) has applied those very concepts into the words Titled EMBRACE,  which stands for Equity, Mediation, Belonging, Race, and Accountability Conversations in Educational institutions. In Mary’s words embrace, when used as a verb, can mean "to accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically" or "to include or contain (something) as a constituent part". As a noun, embrace can be defined as "an act of accepting or supporting something willingly or enthusiastically". When used in the context of relationships, embrace captures how important it is to accept the natural elements of conflict.

Nicely stated Mary, and congratulations for being recognized by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists on your recent publication that was the feature article in The Therapist, Magazine of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.