I would like to thank you for this opportunity to speak with you today. I am
especially pleased to be speaking to so
many faculty and field supervisors. Your
task is very important. You are teaching
students who will become tomorrow’s
mental health professionals. The message I would like to bring to you today
is that it is not enough to merely teach
them facts and figures and knowledge.
We must also help students to seek
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