Dr. Thomas is pleased to announce he has re-opened his clinical practice in Bloomington. He also continues his work as a Medical Expert for Federal Administrative Law Judges primarily in Indianapolis. He continues as Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Development at Martin University.
He resumes direct clinical practice in Bloomington (his home) to provide needed mental health services to the community.
Dr. Thomas specializes in providing services for patients suffering depressive illness, bereavement and dysthymia (persistent depression). He will see adult and adolescent clients by appointment only. Dr. Thomas is former CEO of the Non-Diet Diet Center that operated in Bloomington and Washington DC. He is eager to provide services for such patients coping with psychological barriers that interfere with weight loss progress.
Please call for an appointment.
by, Dr. Jack E. Thomas, Ph.D., HSPP
I am working on an article for publication that will detail the overall progress and the relative progress African Americans have made in both higher educational attainment and professional specialty participation in the U.S. job market.
Unfortunately, the news is not all good!
In these areas African Americans are still running far behind White Non-Hispanic Americans. In 1960, for example Whites were almost twice as likely as African Americans to possess a Bachelor’s degree or more and unfortunately in 2011 (the most recent NCES data available) Whites are still nearly twice as likely as African Americans to possess a Bachelor’s degree or more.
This is a significant problem particularly in the new millennium where knowledge and technical know-how is king. It has been true for some time but certainly within the last 50 years higher education has been the surest path to financial success and the American Dream!
Joining the ranks of the professional class is the gateway to numerous opportunities for a better life!
African Americans are running but not fast enough to catch-up!
Asian Americans are sprinting far past White Non-Hispanic Americans.
Hispanic Americans are moving forward with steady gains in higher education!
All Americans will have to do more in higher education! As the President noted recently the U.S. not long ago led the world in percentage of citizens ( age 25 and over ) with Bachelor’s degrees. We now trail 14 other countries and this isn’t good in a very competitive world!
More data – Some solutions to this vexing problem!
Welcome New College Peer Mentor To Anyonecanachieve.com
Déjà received an Indiana Twenty-first Century Scholarship
She is a graduate of Tech H.S. – Career Technology Magnet Program
She earned a CNA certificate
That career program’s stated mission “to provide a learning environment where integrity, technology skills, and academic excellence prevail…to inspire students to reach their full potential…” The program is located on the historic Arsenal Technical High School Campus.
Her grandfather, William D. Thomas (also a Tech H.S. graduate) comments “Willa and I are so proud of our granddaughter’s accomplishment. We definitely feel she has earned her success though her maturity and hard work. My daughter, Bridget, has done a great job supporting and encouraging Déjà in the right direction. We all wish her a successful and happy life.”
Anyonecanachieve.com congratulates Déjà Foster and we look forward to following her success at Indiana State University.
Dr. Jack E. Thomas, Ph.D., HSPP, CEO
& Founder, Anyonecanachieve.com
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U.S. College Graduation Rate Now Trails 14 Other Developed Countries.
A Wall Street Journal article, April 26, 2012 indicates low college graduation rates threaten U.S. global economic leadership and contributes to the erosion of the middleclass.
The following developed countries have college graduation rates higher than the U.S. for those in the 25-34 year old age range based on 2009 data. Reported in order:
07. New Zealand
Also, in 1970 only 5% of 25 year olds had less education than the same sex parent. Now 18% of men and 13% of women have less education than their same sex parent.