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Office Space for Rent:
From LGBT Therapists member Tom Glaser:
Beautiful adult therapy office next to Walker Art Center in a converted mansion. Warm yet professional and loaded with charm: bay window, exposed pipes. Modern decor. Available all day Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays, and mornings Tuesdays-Thursdays. Includes waiting room, refrigerator, microwave, off-street parking.
FFI call Tom at 612/240-4289.
MN LGBT Therapists Network News
25+ years of LGBT-friendly mental health networking
vol. VII, Issue 4
The LatestSurvey - Beyond the Boxes II
Around the beginning of November, be on the lookout for a survey in your inbox which will help us discern your interest in this likely return event. Thank you in advance for your participation which will help us greatly with the planning and shaping of the conference.
Therapy Group for Women and Men
Facilitators: Tom Glaser, MS, LP and Linda Muldoon, PhD, LP
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 PM
15 Groveland Terrace, #310
Minneapolis MN 55403
FFI Visit http://www.tomglaserlp.com or call Tom at 612/240-4289
LGBT Therapists member Bachman-Styer, LLC. provides administrative services to clinicians trying to cope with insurance companies, contracting, credentialing, billing, authorizations along side providing training in such areas to clinicians in private practice.
Contracting, Credentialing and Third Party Payer: They provide workshops to train clinicians on how to get contracted with insurance providers, clinician credentialing and insurance billing. All the things a private practice clinician needs to know, but was not taught in college nor has the time to do it while treating patients. Group workshops are held in Minneapolis and in San Francisco.
Seeking Study Participants
My name is John Gatermann, and I am currently in my fourth year of graduate studies toward a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. As part of my program, I am in the process of completing my dissertation. My study is on illuminating the decision making process in revealing therapist non-dominate sexual orientation status to therapy clients and if there are any costs when the decision is made to not disclose. It is the aim of this study to provide LGBT therapist with an informed decision making model and to evaluate the possible costs of concealment. All participants' identifying information will be held confidential and will not be accessible by the researcher or other third parties. Participation in the study is voluntary and participants can terminate the study at anytime without consequence.
Contact: John Gatermann, Doctoral Student
Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
Dissertation Chair: Mark Carlson-Ghost, Ph.D., L.P.
Ready to become a member?
With nearly 100 active members, the MN LGBT Therapists' network provides an online directory of Queer/LGBT-identified and supporting mental health providers and allied professionals. We'd love to have you join us!
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All LGBT Therapists' network members can attend Quorum events at member rates
Twin Cities Quorum website.
About the MN LGBT Therapists' network eNewsletter
Our network is a Minnesota-based grassroots group of queer and allied mental health therapists, students in mental health-related fields, and community mental-health related agencies. Our group shares information and resources that impact our varied work in the mental health fields and that is unique to the particular needs of the LGBTQ communities we live in and serve. We welcome submissions to this eNewsletter that are pertinent to mental health and LGBTQ issues, All network members are welcome to contribute to this monthly eNewsletter. Just send your referral question, announcement, member accomplishment, space available information, event, conference, workshop, group information, or other pertinent notice to Irene Greene. All responses to questions, ads, workshops, etc. should be emailed directly back to the contact person in the notice. If you want to become a member of this organization please visit our website