Bill Fibkins (B.S. 1957) publishes two new books

Bill Fibkins (B.S. 1957), an expert in the field of counseling and human development, sent news of his two recent books: “The Emotional Growth of Teens: How Group Counseling Intervention Works for Schools,” 2014, and “Wake Up Counselors: Restoring Counseling Services For Troubled Teens,” 2013. Both were published by Rowman & Littlefield. Fibkins holds an M.A. degree and Ph.D. in counseling, rehabilitation, and human development from Syracuse University. He runs training programs on issues such as wellness, health and fitness, aging, and self-improvement; leadership development; organizational change; school and community improvement; training educators, medical personnel, and clergy; parenting; adolescent development; and adult continuing education.

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