• June 30, 2017
    Therapy in the Age of Trump

    We have entered the age of Trump, and if we pay attention to what our clients and communities need from us, marriage and family therapy will never be the same.  We’re seeing families and friendships fracture along political lines.  Some of our clients, especially immigrants, are stressed out about their future, and some are reliving […]Read More

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  • June 27, 2017
    Confabulation: An Introduction for Marriage and Family Therapists

    Confabulation occurs when an individual recalls a memory that is inaccurate without the intent to mislead, deceive, or lie. Confabulation sometimes occurs when there is a disturbance in a person’s ability to retrieve memories and to monitor recollections for accuracy. Confabulation can occur in various forms. A person can recall a memory that occurred 20 […]Read More

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  • June 25, 2017
    Re-envisioning Sex Offenders to Positively Impact Rape Culture

    On December 17th 2016, the University of Minnesota released its 80-page investigative report of the ten (or more) young men that raped a female student. (Read more here: http://kstp.com/sports/university-of-minnesota-eoaa-investigate-report-gophers-football-players/4347059/ Please note: TRIGGER WARNING). I had just arrived in India for a nineteen-day vacation after thirty-one hours of travel time. Jet lag was setting in, and […]Read More

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