Marriage and Family Counseling Degree
Third Conference on Law, Gender and Sexuality. Part I.
Gloria Montoya Echeverri. Lawyer of the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, specializing in Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Medellin and magister in Litigation from the same university, MA in Law from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. She is the author of the texts Introduction to Family Law, and State Constitutional Jeopardy, and several articles have been published in journals. Teaching undergraduate college, graduate and masters.
Rocío García Pineda. Is Social Research with Specialization in Social Research and a Masters in Gender and Public Policy. Ministry of Gender Equality for Women.
Third Conference on Law, Gender and Sexuality. Part II. Angela Maria Quintero Velasquez. Social Worker and Master in Education "Guidance and Counseling" at the Faculty of Education at the University of Antioquia, Medellin and works in the Master of Family Therapy in two modules: Systemic Analysis and Response Organizations No Clinical Contexts. Questions to the speakers.
Third Conference on Law, Gender and Sexuality. Part III. Laura Fernanda Gomez Ramirez. Lawyer of the Catholic University of Colombia, Administrative Law Specialist Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Specialist in Government and Regional Development Management and Municipal Catholic University of Colombia, in charge of building the regulatory framework for Public Policy for Families of Bogotá, researcher on issues of Gender and Sexuality Law from the regulatory approach and other issues such as prostitution and social services, State Procurement expert and currently advisor to the District Department of Social Integration.
Hernando Muñoz Sánchez. Degree in educational administration, professional social work, family specialist, specialist in social research and development in cooperation magister and doctoral candidate in gender. University Professor.
Third Conference on Law, Gender and Sexuality. Part IV.
Maria Victoria Street Correa. Lawyer of the University of Medellin, with specialization in Labour Law and Industrial Relations External University of Colombia and Administrative Law at the University of Santo Tomas. Master in Administrative Law External University of Colombia. Colombian Constitutional Court Judge. Questions to the speakers.
Third Conference on Law, Gender and Sexuality. Part V. Research Report on Seed Research in Family Law-SIDeFa.
Robert Uribe Alvarez. Lawyer, Master in Criminal Law EAFIT University, Diploma in Advanced Studies (DEA) program "Legal Liability. Multidisciplinary Perspective ", head of university education department of the Faculty of Law of the UdeA. University professor and researcher.
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I have a question about marriage counseling2005-01-25 19:50:21 by evanmaddiemom
I asked a few threads down, don't know if it'll get seen, so..........
Someone asked about if you're happy in your marriage. I could say I'm content now, for the most part. We fight a lot. The day I got married I felt I was making a huge mistake--we were doing it because I was pregnant. He's an alcoholic, was on a two year binge. Finally cleaned up his act in 2001 when I was back in college working toward my degree. He realized I was serious about leaving him and taking our son with me. It'll be four years now in April (wow) since he quit, but I still have a lot of burning resentment toward him
Long post... marriage counseling2008-08-04 11:01:17 by rsnelson
I think its finally time to invest some money (that I dont have extra of) on a really good marriage/family counselor! Me and my husband have too many problems and I'm getting extremely tired of it!
If its not one thing its another.
Divorce hasn't really been an option for me, but just lately I've thought about how miserable my life is now and I notice that there isn't too much he's willing to do to make that better or even try!
He always throws that at me when we have a huge arguement... if I want a divorce, because he "doesn't want to stop me if that's what I want" and he says that he'd never leave me but he doesnt want to stop me from leaving! Is he full of shit?!?!
I have a 3 yo daughter from a previous relationship, we have a 5 mo baby together and he has two...
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