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Empire MPERO IMPACT X Series Kickstand Case for Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini/GS5 Mini - Retail Packaging - Glow in Dark Green
Empire MPERO IMPACT X Series Kickstand Case for Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini/GS5 Mini - Retail Packaging - Glow in Dark Green
Offered by Empire Case
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect! I Love It!, June 29, 2016
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This is exactly what I wanted. The kickstand props the phone up either way (upright or sideways). The case is streamlined, making my phone easy to fit in pocket yet sufficiently cushiony to protect from fall impact. Love the glow-in-the-dark green. I got this one to replace a much bulkier type with a kickstand that didn't work well which finally broke after falling for the millionth time. So glad I chose this product for replacement. The people giving bad ratings all seem to have purchased the wrong size for their phones, not problems with the product itself.
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Mental Health Care in the College Community
Mental Health Care in the College Community
by Jerald Kay
Edition: Paperback
Price: $65.96
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mental Health Care in the College Community, June 17, 2010
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This is an excellent, timely book covering the state of the art of college mental health practice. I believe the book helps define this area as a specialty in its own right. It focuses on topics unique to college mental health with elaboration on the roots and history dating back to the Mental Hygiene Movement of the early 20th century. Connections are made to the community mental health movement, public health efforts, and legal issues. I would recommend this book to practitioners in the college setting such as psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians, social workers, nurses, and also anyone interested in this field.
Marshall L Garrick


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