Healing Heart Center open house in Bettendorf


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Posted Online: Feb. 18, 2013, 3:22 pm
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Press release submitted by Evan Harris


Date: Feb 21st (Thursday) 4-7p.m.
Location: The Healing Heart Center
2135 Mississippi Blvd
Bettendorf, IA
(Across from the Bettendorf Community Center)
Phone: (563) 370 7995
Web: thehealingheartcenter.org
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Come see The Healing Heart Center's brand new location in Bettendorf. Open House will feature a book signing, Hors d/Oeuvres and wine, door prizes, and a chance to meet out many talented healers and practitioners!

The Healing Heart Center is dedicated to counseling families, children, adults and couples. Director Candice Kundert, L.I.S.W., SA.E., is considered an expert in her field. She has served the Quad Cities area for over 25 years. Ms. Kundert offers holistic healing, expert court testimony, and many other counseling services.

The Healing Heart Center also houses Robert A. Perkins and Associates, "The Immigration Professor." Attorney Robert Perkins is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law. He is considered a national expert in immigration law and has practiced in the areas of family, employment, and deportation defense for over 23 years. Mr. Perkins offers legal services in all areas of U.S. immigration law and related issues.

For more information on the Healing Heart Center and our Open House, please contact Joshua Owens at (309) 371-6208 or Candice Kundert at (563) 370-7995.



















 



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