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  • August 19, 2018
    Advocacy Within the Therapy Room

    All therapists have an ethical mandate to advocate for their clients.  Various mental health associations describe this mandate in their codes of ethics.  However, many feel a lack of confidence regarding how they should implement this expectation. For many therapists, advocacy takes the form of strategically writing to health insurance companies or passionately protesting outside […]

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  • July 20, 2018
    An Interview with Celleste Schnellbach

    MAMFT Greater MN Spotlight Interview Name: Celleste Schnellbach Credentials: MS, Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Trainee Education: Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University Place of employment/What do you do? I work at the Human Development Center in Duluth, MN. I’m a therapist at HDC working primarily with children, families, and […]

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  • July 15, 2018
    Sexual Sadism Disorder: An Introduction for Mental Health Professionals

    ABSTACT Sexual Sadism Disorder is characterized by the experience of sexual pleasure through causing, witnessing, or fantasizing about a non-consenting individual’s physical or emotional pain. A commonly misunderstood disorder, its prevalence varies widely depending on the study and there is a lack of inter-clinician reliability concerning its diagnosis. Recent efforts have been made to reconceptualize […]

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