How Stephen Curry helped the Warriors keep everything together

first_imgKlay Thompson subscribes. You can too for just 11 cents a day for 11 months + receive a free Warriors Championship book. Sign me up!MEMPHIS — Well before he lifted the Warriors once again with dramatic 3’s and unbridled joy, Stephen Curry exerted his influence without stepping on the court.Shortly before training camp began in late September, Curry invited Warriors assistant coach Bruce Fraser to his house. Then, the two swapped ideas that both partly defined this season and revealed a subtle …last_img

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast December 4, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest No changes whatsoever in the forecast through this weekend, and only a minor tweak to our system coming through early next week. We are dry through the rest of this week and weekend. Temps stay on the cooler side of things today over most of the state, but we do start to see some slight temperature moderation in far southern Ohio this afternoon (particularly southwest). Temps are not as cold tomorrow.  WE should see better sunshine potential statewide the rest of this week, but we wont rule out lake effect clouds today and tomorrow in the far NE part of the state either, as relatively strong NW flow continues to dominate in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere. A weak trough sags through the eastern corn belt on Friday, and that will bring the small temperature setback for we mentioned yesterday for Friday. Then we have a significant warm up for the weekend. That warm up will come on south flow ahead of our next front.That front arrives Monday. However, the system is not as moisture laden as we see it this morning, and as such, we are pulling back on rain totals just a bit. We expect .1″-.5″ over 80% of Ohio on Monday, and while cold air is still expected to race in overnight Monday night, moisture looks to be gone. Therefore, we do not think snow is an issue for next Tuesday. There is still plenty of time for the system to modify further, so we continue to watch it. but at the moment, this doesn’t look like as big of a deal for our area.Much, much colder for Tuesday afternoon on through Wednesday, and early Thursday, as we see clouds give way to sun. Temps moderate again on Thursday afternoon. But, then we have our next front arriving for Friday the 13th. This front looks more impressive with a chance of liquid equivalent precipitation from 25″-.75″ over the state. However, it looks like we could see rain or snow or both (north vs. south) out of the system with its current track. We will need to watch it. The map at right shows updated liquid equivalent precipitation totals through midweek next week.For the extended period,  colder air comes in for next weekend. After that we warm significantly again for Monday the 16th, and we have our second chance of rain for Tuesday the 17th. We can see totals up to .75″ but the moisture will be mostly focused on southern Ohio, just like we laid out yesterday.last_img read more

Resource Discovery- Families Under Fire: Systemic Therapy with Military Families

first_imgEverson, R.B. & Figley, C. (2011). Families Under Fire: Systemic Therapy with Military Families. Routledge, New York.Are you a civilian clinician working with military families? Do you sometimes feel that you are missing the proper training to work with this population? Do you feel overwhelmed and stressed by your workload because you are unable to provide the very best treatment to your clients? If you said yes to any of these questions, this book is for you!Families Under Fire: Systemic Therapy with Military Families is a collection of examples, suggestions, and gap-fillers written by well -known and well- versed clinicians that aims to provide assistance to you in your work with military families. When working with military families, it is of utmost importance that you recognize that their experiences are oftentimes unique to any other population with which you work. This book will assist you in understanding the diverse needs of the military family and ways in which you can provide the best treatment. This “guidebook” is written in terms of systems-based practice with the assumption that there is already a clear understanding of systems theory.Blaine Everson, Ph.D is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He is in private practice and an instructor in the Department of Child and Family Development at the University of Georgia. He specializes in military families and readjustment issues associated with military families.Charles R. Figley, Ph.D is the Associate Dean for Research, a Professor, and Director of the Tulane Traumatology Institute. He is a former Marine Sergeant who served in the Vietnam War. He has published more than 200 scholarly works.ReferencesEverson, R.B. & Figley, C. (2011). Families Under Fire: Systemic Therapy with Military Families. Routledge, New York.This post was written by a member of the MFLN Family Development Team. The MFLN Family Development team aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network Family Development team on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.last_img read more