• April 29, 2018
    Finding our Voice in a Divided Nation

    Our country’s social system is strained. In the American Psychological Association’s (2017) most recent Stress in AmericaTM Survey, data finds the United States to be at its lowest point of stress-related health in recent history. 63% (n=3,440) of respondents reported the future of our nation as being a “very significant” or “somewhat significant” source of […]Read More

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  • An Interview with Terri

    Name: Terri Ross Credentials: LMFT Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Child Psych. Minor from the University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Mary’s University, Minneapolis Place of employment/What do you do? Terri Ross Family Connections, LLC in Faribault, MN. I started my Private Practice in 2015 after […]Read More

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  • April 22, 2018
    Traumatic-Brain Injury (TBI): Facts Mental Health Professionals Need to Know

    Traumatic-brain injury (TBI) is a serious disorder that can result in a host of short and long-term deficits. Individuals impacted by TBI often struggle not only to cope with the primary disability of a brain injury, but also with an array of secondary deficits and limitations. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have been linked to emotional […]Read More

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