Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, St. Edwards University Dr. Henson graduated from The University of Texas at Austin 1998, with areas of specialty in Moral Philosophy and Ontology. He has been teaching classes in Ethics and Moral Reasoning at institutions of higher education for more than 20 years. Dr. Henson focuses on the benefits of moral reasoning in understanding how to make significant decisions in everyday life. Through the study of moral reasoning, individuals learn tools for understanding how personal values are related to the determination of right and wrong, how those values guide our decisions to act, and how those actions can be justified through an understanding of objective, normative ethical principles. The tools of moral reasoning help us understand how to make difficult life-decisions with the confidence that we are doing the right thing.More
Jennifer Holbrook-McKenzie has more than 20 years, experience in the field of Chemical Dependency Counseling. She specializes in adolescent issues, family issues and treatment. She has worked for numerous agencies. Jennifer was elected to numerous committees within the organizations. Ms. Holbrook-McKenzie has 5 years? experience in Prevention and Intervention, including designing and implementing Alternative Activity Programs for youth in rural communities. Jennifer spent 8 years of her career in education working as the Director of Programs and Clinical Director for the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies in Austin TX. During her tenure, Ms. Holbrook-McKenzie was part of the clinical team which revised CI standards with DSHS and was the head of the committee which revised the current state forms. She was also appointed as a trainer with TAAP and NAADAC.More
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