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FOO Mapping. Individual. Couples. Family.

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Parent Orgs. Churches. Schools. NCL Groups.

PREVENTION

Brain-based Programming for Schools.

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Coaching Regarding Child Risky Behavior.

STAFF TRAINING

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RESEARCH

Outcomes Research for Adolescent Treatment.

Meet Dr. Collier

Dr. Crystal Collier, LPC-S has worked with individuals suffering from mental, behavioral, and substance use disorders since 1991. Her areas of expertise include adolescent brain development, parent coaching, family of origin therapy, prevention programming, and training new clinicians. She possesses a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and a doctorate in Counselor Education.

Dr. Collier created a comprehensive prevention model to teach the neurodevelopmental effects of risky behavior to children, teens, and parents which was selected for the 2015 Prevention and Education Commendation from the National Council on Alcoholism and drug Dependence. In 2018, Dr. Collier was honored with the Torch Bearer of the Year Award by the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals and a research fellowship award from the Hope and Healing Center & Institute.

The Hope and Healing Center & Institute presents The Science of High-Risk Behavior

Learn how high-risk behavior affects the growing adolescent brain and prevention tools to use immediately at home.

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COMING THIS FALL!

The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide is a neurodevelopmental guide for parents who want to prevent risky behavior in children of all ages written in infographic style for easy learning that teens may even like!

INFOGRAPHIC STYLE = MINIMAL TEXT, GRAPHIC RICH

PURCHASE IN FALL

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