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Francine joined Blue Water Counseling in August of 2015. Ms. Robinson has worked for the past six years as a licensed counselor in the Port Huron area and is a life long native of the area, aside from the 14 years she resided in the Chicago area in early adulthood. Francine completed her undergraduate studies at Rockford College/University in Rockford, Illinois where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Development while also completing her teaching certification in middle school science, social studies and English language arts. Ms. Robinson formerly taught science in Illinois and Social Studies in the Port Huron area at the middle school level. Francine then completed her Master's Degree in professional counseling at Central Michigan University, followed by obtaining her school guidance counseling certification and full professional nationwide counseling licensure. Ms. Robinson is passionate and experienced at working with adults, teens and adolescents!
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The Blue Filament firm is supported by a team of professionals with wide and deep intellectual property experience. The offices of Blue Filament are located in Birmingham, Michigan, but the firm offers services to clients throughout the United States, and internationally through an established network of attorneys. Ms. O'Donnell is a member of INTA (International Trademark Association), ECTA (European Community Trademark Association), the ABA (American Bar Association), MIPLA (Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association), WBA (Women's Bar Association), OCBA (Oakland County Bar Association), and NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners).
Ms. Fuller joined Blue Water Counseling in December of 2014. She has worked in the field in various positions since 1998. Her earned her experience includes working with individuals of all ages ranging from children up to the geriatric population, in settings such as juvenile/family court, school counseling, inpatient and outpatient. Ms. Fuller earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Michigan Flint in 1979, her Mater of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University in 1998, a Specialization in Child and Adolescent Counseling from Oakland University in 1998 and a Specialization in School Counseling from Oakland University in 2005. She has a deep compassion and commitment to helping children and families. Ms. Fuller is objective, supportive and has a trusting attitude with clients.
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Behavior: according to a University of Michigan website (), the blue-ringed octopus exhibits the typical octopus behavior in that is tends to live in crevices or holes, burrows as a way of gaining protection, and advertises its toxicity by changing to iridescent colors when aggravated. The octopus can commonly be found in shallow tide pools after storm, searching for crabs and bivalves.