Conduct Disorder and Parent Management Training

alex_mabe.jpgP. Alex Mabe received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.  Currently, he is professor and Chief of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at the Medical College of Georgia. His publications include over 40 articles in the areas of clinical child and pediatric psychology.  Additionally, he has made numerous presentations at national and international professional meetings on topics related to children’s mental health, family and parent management training. Dr. Mabe is licensed as a psychologist in Georgia and South Carolina and has been providing clinical psychology services to children and their families in the Central Savannah River Area for over 25 years.

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The Origins of Population Control, Part I: Ethics in Medicine:Shifting Regard for the Human Person

junior_fellow__jeremy.jpgMy name is Jeremy Lagasse and I am currently a senior enrolled at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in Merrimack New Hampshire. After completing sophomore year and the Rome Program I chose to become a Political Science major to study under Dr. Peter Sampo. As a native of the Granite State I find it a special privilege to find myself in Washington D.C. at the Culture of Life Foundation. As a Junior Fellow the work has been a means of supporting the understanding and defense of life in all of its stages, which is a deeply rewarding activity. The project that I chose to devote so much of my time to involves an examination of the history of ethics in medicine to better understand the origins of population control.  Read

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Read CLF Executive Director’s Commentary on “Genetic Screening for Disease and Enhancement”in GOPUSA

jennifer_kimball.jpgThe recent announcement of the first UK baby created with a new found product guaranteed to be free from breast cancer marks a new turn in human reproduction. While most of the attention has focused on the ability to provide a guarantee for the avoidance of a life-threatening illness, the question surrounding the therapeutic role of medicine has slid by the wayside.  

http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/guest/2008/jk_0709.shtml (click here)

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Interview with Dale O’Leary, author of “The Gender Agenda One Man, One Woman”

one_man_one_woman.jpg1.    Ms. O’Leary, can you begin by helping us understand what is meant by feminism, and whether there are particular distinctions among feminists that are important to recognize?

It is important to distinguish liberal feminism from radical feminism and these from the search for authentic womanhood based on the truth about the human person.

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