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Janice Miner Holden, EdD, is a a Professor of counseling at the University of North Texas, and a counselor in private practice, in Texas. Jeff Long, MD, is a radiation oncologist in Washington state. Jason MacLurg, MD, is a psychiatrist in Washington state.