Preston Blaine is a student assistant in the front office of PHS clinic, the Center for Sexual Health. Preston is in his sophomore year at the University of Minnesota. He is majoring in finance and minoring in monetary economics and financial accounting.
Lauren McGinty is a new student assistant in the front office of PHS clinic, the Center for Sexual Health. McGinty is an art history major in her junior at the University of Minnesota.
J. Laine Mohnkern is a new research assistant on the project All Gender Health Online. She received a Bachelors Degree at the University of Minnesota in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies. While finishing a Master's degree at the University of Minnesota in Social Work, Laine is an MSW Intern at Hennepin County Long Term Foster Care, and is an active member of the Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition. Most of Laine's professional career has been spent working for the non-profit and grassroots community; concurrently Laine has been an activist in the queer community for eight years.
Rebecca Noothed is a new student assistant in the front office of PHS clinic, the Center for Sexual Health. Noothed is in her sophomore year at the University of Minnesota. She is a history major on the pre-law track.
Aimee Tubbs, PsyD, is a new postdoctoral fellow at PHS. She received her doctorate from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Tubbs provides individual, family, couple and group psychotherapy for a wide range of sexual health matters including: transgender and sexual orientation issues, relationship and sexual problems, and sexual offending. She incorporates an eclectic range of interventions drawing from developmental systems, cognitive-behavioral, and person-centered theory in her approach to addressing a variety of mental health concerns that often accompany sexual health problems including: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma/abuse, interpersonal and family dynamics, grief, and self-esteem. Tubbs's research interests include the identification of risk and protective factors related to resiliency. She is committed to helping her clients capitalize on their strengths while addressing the barriers to good mental health.
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