• January 22, 2017
    Combat Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

    With the deployment of US troops to Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001, the American mental health system has found an increase of PTSD among returning veterans.  Throughout history, combat veterans have experienced an increase in posttraumatic symptoms regardless of their theater of operations.  One study found that 13% of assessed OIF/OEF veterans had a diagnosis […]Read More

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  • The Experiential Process of our Country’s Stagnation and Growth

    The morning after the election I began processing the results with my colleague and practicum students I train and supervise. Shortly into a dialogue with one supervisee, I recalled an interaction she and I had following a family therapy session we recently co-facilitated. I run a training model grounded in experiential, gestalt-based approaches and we […]Read More

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  • September 22, 2016
    Continuing Education – Update from the MN Board of MFT

    Minnesota Rule 5300.0320, governing CE requirements for LMFTs was revised effective August 1, 2016. All LMFTs should review the new rule language, found on the Board’s “Laws & Rules” page: https://www.revisor.mn.gov/rules/?id=5300.0320. Effective for the January 1, 2018-December 31, 2019 reporting period, LMFTs are now required to complete 40 hours of Board-approved continuing education each two-year […]Read More

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