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Heal the Hearts

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Heal the Hearts
Grass Valley, CA
United States
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(951) 315-3568
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http://www.healtheheart.org/



Heal the Hearts

Heal the Hearts exist to expand understanding of Attachment Disorder , for parents and professionals dealing with children who may be diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder, Attachment Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Oppositional Defiance, ADD/ADHD and/or Bi-Polar Disorder.

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