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  • March 26, 2017
    He Said/She Said

    He said: Nearly all of my clients were/are depressed about the election results.  I do have some clients who are staunch Republicans and share with me their distaste for President Obama and Democratic policies, knowing that I am a left-wing Democrat. Good for them for having their views and being engaged. In the past I […]

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  • March 20, 2017
    An Interview with Melissa

    Congrats Melissa Kron! Greater MN Hotel Room Giveaway,  Winner #2       … Name: Melissa J Kron Credentials: MS, LAMFT and MA in Human Resources & Industrial Relations Place of employment/What do you do? I work part-time at a private practice, Life Seasons Professional Counseling.  Additionally, I am a Consultant who works with organizations to […]

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  • March 19, 2017
    Malingering: An Introduction for Marriage and Family Therapists

    Malingering is increasingly relevant to clinicians as the severity of potential criminal and civil consequences incentivizes individuals to feign symptoms of serious mental disorders. Malingering occurs for several reasons, all involving some sort of external gain. The successful detection of malingering requires a multi-method approach incorporating assessment instruments, individual self-report, and verification by collateral information. […]

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