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in Clinical Psychology from Central Michigan University in 2013. in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2008. Lijewski worked as a Psychologist at Northland Clinic, Innovative Rehabilitation Systems and Psych Systems P. She was the Social Skills Program Facilitator for the Dog Interaction Research Project at Oakland University. Lijewski provides individual, marital, and family therapy for children and adults; conducts psychological evaluations for Midland County courts and the Department of Human Services; and has an interest in working with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patients. Lijewski facilitates the Dog On It Social Skills group for children at Partners in Change and is the founder of PAWSitive Helpers, which pairs hard-to-adopts shelter dogs with at-risk youth.
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Blythe appointed another man named George Irish as manager to assist Calloway in building an irrigation system. After his death, the work in the valley halted and Blythe's estate subsequently went into litigation between his illegitimate daughter Florence and other claimants.
Calloway died in a Chemehuevi attack in March 28, 1880, and was replaced by C. The California Supreme Court up to 1895, and the U. Supreme Court towards the 1900s, ruled that Florence was the holder of the estate, after several years of preceding rulings in favor of her and appeals against her in these courts.