Movers and Shakers April 13, 2013

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Getting rid of head lice naturally

Brianne Ball will be offering professional head lice services through Northwest Lice Treatment in Coeur d'Alene. A local elementary school teacher, Ball will offer safe screening and removal of head lice, using the FDA Cleared LouseBuster Device, she stated in a press release this week.

The service will help families, schools, camps, and physicians get rid of head lice naturally - without chemicals. The mobile lice removal services are designed to get your child back in school the same day. Currently, only house calls are offered, but she hopes to have a lice treatment center servicing the Inland Northwest next year. We will be offering free head checks to local schools this spring. Contact: 818-1644 or at northwestlicetreatment.com.

Dudding now CSAT practitioner

Coeur d'Alene Counseling, Inc. announces that Ed Dudding has become a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist or "CSAT." CSAT practitioners are recognized as experts in the field of addiction treatment and education, having completed specialty training in the assessment and treatment of sexual addiction.

CSAT certifications are awarded by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). IITAP is the standard for professional training, certification, and materials used in addiction education and recovery, and holds its practitioners to the highest standards so as to provide sustained professional, knowledgeable and compassionate care for those suffering with sexual addiction.

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