• April 14, 2018
    Rural Life of an LMFT: A Place Where Everybody Knows Your Name

    Dual Relationships?  Double Relationships? Boundaries? Competency?  Ethical Dilemmas?  It’s hard to know the black and white line of these things, when you are practicing in rural MN.  When I go to the local coffee shop to grab a cup of coffee, odds are that my barista is a current client, previous client, a friend, or […]Read More

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  • April 8, 2018
    He Said/She Said – Spring 2018

    SHE SAID Here we are again, Ken, beginning a conversation about… relationships, relationship therapy, our clients, our colleagues, our mentors, our supervisees, mentees and students. Our community, our world. Ourselves. We started this conversation over fifteen years ago, and I find myself reflecting on how much has changed. Remember when we were all going to […]Read More

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  • March 31, 2018
    Sex Work as Labor: Respecting Autonomy of Therapy Clients who Buy & Sell Sexual Services

    Assuming therapy clients who pay for sex have traits of sexual narcissism and feel “entitled” to women’s bodies is based on harmful myths and stereotypes about those who pay for sex. As systemic mental health providers, being curious about the needs the client is getting met when they pay for sexual services is key– is […]Read More

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