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Maggie has her MSW in Clinical Social Work from the University of St. Thomas and St. Catherine University. At MHS, she facilitates Adult Three-Day DBT program, state-certified Adherent DBT, and provides individual therapy. Prior to joining MHS, Maggie gained experience working with children and adolescents in a school setting, working with first responders and crisis situations, and providing adult rehabilitation mental health services (ARMHS) in the community. Maggie focused her graduate research on the effects of somatic-based therapies to address trauma, and continues to hold an interest in somatic psychology and epigenetics. Maggie uses a person-centered, strengths-based therapeutic approach, incorporating DBT and cognitive behavioral therapy in her daily work with clients.
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