Entries for the 'Communication' Category
By: Jerry Thacker
Some things change; some things stay the same.
With this issue of At the Center, you'll find several noteworthy changes. First, we've added two NEW features you'll want to read. "At the College Town Center" discusses the special opportunities and challenges that running a center near a college en...
By: Anna Somers
In the 1950s, if you were counseling an abortion-minded woman, you would probably appeal to her sense of morality. Abortion is illegal. Abortion kills your baby. Simply put, abortion is wrong.
Much has changed in five decades. Now, abortion is not only legal, but also staunchly protected by the n...
By: Dianne Pomon
is a complex issue and should be the focus of all our counseling at a pregnancy care center. To focus just on feelings and experience is not getting to the root of the issue with our clients, even though this is a common approach within many centers, much like we see in pop psychology. According to ...
By: Dinah Monahan
When you are in a position of leadership, you learn one thing quickly. You become a target. People don't like your decisions; they take offense because you didn't say something quite right, or they just snipe at you. It is sad, but it is human nature.
It is not that leaders should be considered a...
By: Rita Williams
The answer to 'Can I get an appointment for an abortion?' is never no.
The scariest phone call anyone working at a pregnancy center can receive is the one inquiring about an abortion. You know the person on the other end has only one intent and that is to find a way to get an abortion. Many pregn...