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March 15th 2012:Social Workers Help Improve Relationships

March is Social Work month. Occupations vary widely amongst the men and women who have earned their Masters in Social Work degree. Being a therapist and a researcher are just two facets of what they can do. Dr. LeslieBeth Wish will share her research about women and their relationships. Mary Pender Greene will describe the techniques she uses working with couples. The show content will amaze and surprise you.

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Mary Pender Greene

Mary Pender Greene, LCSW-R, CGP, is a Social Worker and accomplished psychotherapist with more than 25 years of experience and a thriving private practice in Midtown Manhattan. Mary is a dynamic clinician, supervisor, professional speaker, and organizational consultant. She has been instrumental in mentoring, coaching, and supervising therapists in starting and growing their private practices. She specializes in adult work and love relationships with individuals, couples, and groups. Mary educates clients on issues pertaining to having healthy relationships, choosing compatible partners, identifying relationship patterns, and building self-esteem. Mary’s professional background also inc
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LeslieBeth Wish

Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, nationally recognized for her work with women’s issues in love, work, and family is both a psychologist and licensed clinical social worker. She serves on the Medical Advisory Board and writes a weekly column, “Relationship Realities,” for, a Top Ten Health Site. Additionally, she writes articles for the National Association of Social Workers award-winning site She earned a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work and Management at Bryn Mawr College, a doctorate in Adult Human Development at U. of Massachusetts-Amherst, and received 3 years training in
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