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Description: Jane McCampbell, Marriage & Family Therapist, Saint Paul, MN 55114, I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified EMDR therapist, offering both individual and couples counseling. I specialize in treating trauma and stress related disorders, including PTSD, anxiety, panic disorder and phobias, as well as more general concerns around communication, conflict resolution, boundaries, intimacy and codependency. I draw from the perspectives of attachment and family systems theories, which means I attend to each client's family of origin and their relationships with primary caregivers, believing that these early-life experience significantly impact our expectations of the world and those with whom we form our adult relationships.
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