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The impact of depression on the lives of many Americans has been profound. It manifests itself across issues of race, ethnicity, gender, age, physical ability/disability, and sexual orientation. Indeed, no group is immune from its effects.
The publication captures the concept and application of mentoring as an age-old method of training and learning that has existed in all societies throughout recorded history and continues to impact virtually everyone across their life span. Moreover, it illuminates how mentoring has been indelibly institutionalized, embedded, wrapped and weaved, and advanced throughout our past and contemporary history and culture.
Selected Aspects of Mentoring: Advice, Challenges, and Approaches: