Teen Dating Violence Part 2: Violence in Disguise

Teen Dating Violence Part 2: Violence in Disguise

Medical Institute Science Department Staff

March 2018

Teen dating violence is an emerging, silent epidemic that is becoming more common among adolescents. Today’s adolescents are exposed to relationship violence at high rates… Read the rest

President’s Corner : Teen Dating Violence

Dr. Freda M. Bush, February 2018

In honor of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, I wanted to share a couple of ladies’ stories that I experienced during my practice that show the physical and psychological effects of teen dating … Read the rest

President’s Corner: Happy New Year!

Dr. Freda Bush, January 2018

The New Year begins with many new gifts, gadgets, experiences, and many completely new opportunities. At the end of 2017, I welcomed a new addition to my personal family. Ellis Andrew Watkins’ birth was celebrated … Read the rest

Teen Dating Violence Part I : What it is

Medical Institute Science Department Staff

January 2018

Teen Dating Violence (TDV) is aggression that takes place in the context of the romantic relationships of teenagers.  Authorities agree that the hostility can be broken down into three basic types of aggression: … Read the rest

President’s Corner : Congratulations Valerie Huber

Dr. Freda Bush: October 2017

 

Congratulations Valerie Huber, Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor to the Asst. Secretary of Health and Human Services of the United States

In June, Valerie Huber, co-founder and long-standing President/CEO of Ascend, was  … Read the rest

Guest Corner: Sex: A Vision of Appetizer, Famine or Feast by Grace McLaren

Grace McLaren is a trainer, speaker, and personal coach serving professionals as well as youth and adults for personal development coaching

Why in this world would anyone of us choose to dwell at the appetizer table or suffer from famine … Read the rest

What’s Your Body Count?

President’s Corner for June 2017

Dr. Freda M. Bush

“I’m thinking about having sex,” says the young man or woman. The thought may have been thought and acted upon with little time in between. Or the thought may have been … Read the rest

Natchez Building Family Connections Event: President’s Corner May 2017

Dr. Freda M. Bush

MI recently completed a two and a half day Building Family Connections (BFC) Curriculum training in Natchez, MS. The BFC program trains facilitators to teach parenting adults how to talk to their children about sex. There … Read the rest