Relationships: The Gifts Of Life

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Vincent F. DiPasquale, M.A., noted lecturer and educator in the Tri-State area has been active in the field of addiction for the past 27 years. He is co-founder and Director of The Starting Point, Inc., located in Westmont, NJ. The Starting Point is an outpatient counseling center specializing in the area of dependencies and functions as a support system for an individual's personal growth. Vince, with his friendly manner and down-to-earth lectures, has assisted many to enter a new sense of awareness and come to realize and accept that the power to institute change comes from within. While sharing his own spiritual and emotional growth, he guides his listeners in increasing their self-esteem and allowing old fears and behaviors to make way for a new and fulfilling lifestyle.

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