However, Stepps were just managing to narrow the field, intercepting the ball at every given opportunity.
Stepps were awarded a short corner about 25 minutes into the game and a successful strike from the top of the D gave them a 1-0 lead at half-time.
Stepps won a short corner which deflected off a defender, then awarded as a penalty flick against goalkeeper Ally McCubbin.
STEPPS is based on a program developed by Norman Bartels and Teresa Crotty called "A Systems Approach to Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder." A unique aspect of STEPPS is a "systems" component that recognizes the importance of the patient's family and friends.
and the Netherlands) shows that STEPPS produces clinically significant improvements in patient mood and behavior/1 Both RTCs confirmed that the program led to improvements in mood, BPD symptoms, impulsivity and negative affectivity compared with treatment as usual (participants could receive whatever medication or therapy their psychiatrist or therapist recommended, but they could not participate in STEPPS).
STEPPS has several advantages over other programs for BPD in correctional settings.5 Its 20-week length is relatively short, which is important because offenders have varying sentence lengths and can be transferred or released from prison (or parole/probation) without notice.
Because STEPPS employs general psychotherapy principles and techniques commonly taught in graduate-level psychotherapy training programs, it requires little additional training for mental health workers.
STEPPS also integrates the patient's ongoing social and professional support system, thereby avoiding the perception of abandonment common among patients with BPD.
"Apples are a natural for our area" says Sonya Stepp Hollingsworth of Stepp's Hillcrest Orchard, "Cool nights and sunny days make great tasting apples!"
Stepp's Orchard is working to rebuild a local food system by reconnecting people with the farms and orchards that grow local food.
America's celebrity fitness dance guru, Stepp Stewart is gearing up for the “Stepp Challenge: Get Fit” weekend to be held January 9-10, 2015 in Rochester, New York.
Healthcorps Honoree and Ambassador, Stepp Stewart with invited guest, Dr.