President's Letter
By: Kealy Spring, LMFT
 
Dear SFCAMFT Community,

I am writing this message after yet another national tragedy has taken hold of the country. My heart goes out to those impacted by the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. I cannot help but be saddened that this type of tragic event seems to have become the norm in our country. Politicians are already issuing the standard talking points, pointing fingers and assigning blame. This rhetoric does not advance the country towards the healing and prevention of these events it so desperately needs.

As the talk around mental health is inevitably included in these discussions, I sometimes feel at a loss of how to best help as a therapist. How can I use my training and knowledge to better support the community? Would therapy even deter someone who has such nefarious intentions? It can make me feel overwhelmed and a bit hopeless at times.

However, I do find a glimmer of hope from all of you. I see every day how members reach out to assist and advocate for others. How they offer encouragement and guidance when needed. How they strive every day to support others as they heal the pain of their pasts. I am hopeful that if we can all come together, that we can perhaps make a difference, identify meaningful changes and foster the type of dialogue that will assist the nation in moving forward. It will take an extraordinary effort, but I for one, am up for the challenge.

Kealy Spring,
SFCAMFT President

Kealy Spring, LMFT, has a private practice in downtown San Francisco. She works with driven professionals who seem to have it all together but feel lousy on the inside. www.kealyspring.com

Dear SF CAMFT Members,

SFCAMFT is proud to welcome new members on an ongoing basis - thank you for your continued support through your membership! 

Our Board is listening to you and is working diligently on bringing you programs, information, and services that you have asked for! We hope you are enjoying our new website and our new "Coffee with a Board Member" series, as well as the new Newly Licensed Support group. As for speakers, we have had two successful talks this year and we continue strong, with local experts on topics we trust you will be interested in! The March topic will be transgender and nonbinary issues and then in April we'll cover attachment. Keeping with the theme of Dr. Erica Anderson's talk in March, our feature article for this newsletter focuses on nonbinary issues.

Thank you to all of our advertisers who support our newsletter! We hope you enjoy reading our newsletter and find it informative. Please stay connected!

Warm regards,
The Newsletter Team
Ildiko Ran, LMFT and Shannon Weisberg, LMFT

      

Shannon Weisberg, LMFT is in private practice in both San Francisco and Marin. She focuses on supporting young professionals and parents with relationships issues, life transitions and family concerns. MarinandSFtherapy.com
Ildiko Ran, LMFT, CGP is in private practice downtown San Francisco, focusing on attachment issues in individuals and couples and on interpersonal process in her groups working with the general population as well as interns and therapists. Ildiko is a Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP).  ildikoran.com
Calendar of Events
** All chapter and intern meetings are held at CPMC Davies Campus, Gazebo Room, Castro/Duboce**
Friday, March 2nd
  • Newly Licensed Meeting • 12-1:30 PM • Location: San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin Street (at Grove); Martin Paley Conference Room (3rd floor). RSVP by 3/1/18 to olgarocklin@gmail.com
  • Happy Hour 5-7pm • Location: Noir Lounge in Hayes Valley, 581 Hayes St • No RSVP necessary. 
Sunday, March 11th
  • Pre-licensed Clinician Meeting • 2:30-3:30 PM •  Facilitated by Jennifer Normoyle
  • Chapter Meeting • 3:45-6:00 PM • "Sexuality, Gender, and Identity: The Gender Spectrum Breaks Out of the Closet" by Erica E. Anderson, PhD
  • Board Meeting • 6.15PM
Wednesday, March 14th 
  • "Hi" Tea! - A Networking Event • 12-1:15 PM
  • Location: LaLe (731 Irving Street - between 8th and 9th Ave)
  • Please RSVP to Adele Brookman, LMFT
Thursday, March 15th
  • Coffee With SFCAMFT Board Member:  • 11-12:30 AM
  • Hosted by: Rose Dito, Vice President
  • Location: Caffe Trieste, 2500 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
  • No RSVP necessary
Friday, April 6th
  • Newly Licensed Meeting • 12-1:30 PM
  • Location: San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin Street (at Grove); Martin Paley Conference Room (3rd floor).
  • RSVP by 4/5/18 to olgarocklin@gmail.com.
Sunday, April 8th
  • Pre-Licensed Clinician Meeting • 2:30-3:30 PM •  Facilitated by Jennifer Normoyle
  • Chapter Meeting • 3:45-6:00 PM • "A Fresh Look at Attachment From A Somatic Lens" by Gal Szekely
Wednesday, April 11th
  • "Hi" Tea! - A Networking Event • 12-1:15 PM
  • Location: LaLe (731 Irving Street - between 8th and 9th Ave)
  • Please RSVP to Adele Brookman, LMFT
Thursday, April 12th
  • Coffee With SFCAMFT Board Member:  • 11-12:30 AM
  • Hosted by: Dennis Thatcher, Co-Speaker Coordinator
  • Location: Caffe Trieste, 2500 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
  • No RSVP necessary

For more information about the events above:

 Chapter Meeting Speakers


Come join us for our regular chapter meetings in the Gazebo Room of CPMC, where each month we provide our community with engaging speakers and topics that are of interest to many of you. It is also a great opportunity to mingle with your colleagues. Light refreshments are served. 

March 11th - 3.45PM - 6PM - "Sexuality, Gender, and Identity: The Gender Spectrum Breaks Out of the Closet"
Presenter: Erica Anderson, PhD
Location: CPMC Davies Campus, Gazebo Room, Castro/Duboce
 
April 8th - 3.45PM - 6PM - "A Fresh Look at Attachment From A Somatic Lens"
Presenter: Gal Szekely, LMFT
Location: CPMC Davies Campus, Gazebo Room, Castro/Duboce
 

March Chapter Meeting

Sexuality, Gender, and Identity: The Gender Spectrum Breaks Out of the Closet:
By: Erica E. Anderson, Ph.D
 
Presenter: Erica E. Anderson, Ph.D, is a clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience as a licensed psychologist in 3 states. She is a member of the World Professional Association of Transgender Health, and has had academic appointments at The University of Minnesota and Thomas Jefferson University's School of Population Studies. She has published articles and book chapters on a variety of clinical and management topics and serves on a task force for the World Health Organization in the development of criteria for the International Classification of diseases.  She also serves as a reviewer for several professional journals, and conducts a part time private practice as a clinical psychologist in Oakland.
 
Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to identify two major concepts related to gender identity and expression that may clinically impact their work with the trans/non-binary community.
  2. Participants will be able to identify the current standards of care when working with this population..
  3. Participants will be able to identify two common clinical practice issues trans/non-binary persons face.
  4. Participants will be able to identify impending cultural and professional challenges in gender issues and their potential impact on clinical work.
This course is appropriate for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs of any level of experience, in private practice, non-profit and hospital settings.
 
Meeting schedule:
  • 3:45-4:00p registration
  • 4:00-6:00p Working with the Trans and Non-Binary Community
    • Identifying issues related to gender identity and expression
    • Current standards of care
    • Common clinical practice issues working with this population
    • Cultural and professional challenges
SF CAMFT is a CAMFT approved CEU provider (#62283).  The above course meets the qualifications for two hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.  If you are interested in obtaining CEUs, you may do so by paying $10 (cash or check) at the beginning of the workshop.  To qualify for CE credit, you must arrive on time, sign in at the CE table, stay until the end of the program, turn in the evaluation and pick up your certificate.
 
Time: 3:45 - 6 PM
Location: CPMC Davies Campus, Gazebo Room, Castro/Duboce
CEs offered: 2 CEs for $10, general admission is free
Contact: For any questions, concerns, special needs accommodations, or grievances related to programming, please contact the Programming Chair, Rose Dito.
Phone: (650) 692-4118

Erica Anderson, PhD specializes in sexuaity, gender, and identity, specifically trans gender, gender queer and gender non conforming. She is in private practice in Berkeley as well as serves on the faculty and medical staff of UCSF Benioff Child and Adolescent Gender Clinic. With 30+ years experience as a clinical psychologist, Erica is knowledgeable, skilled, compassionate and also practical and approachable. Erica also runs a transwomen’s group. (510) 910-1578 - drericaanderson@gmail.com - drericaanderson.net

April Chapter Meeting
 A Fresh Look at Attachment From a Somatic Lens
By: Gal Szekely

How do you translate attachment theory into practical tools you can use with your clients? Since attachment patterns are governed by unconscious, automatic processes in the limbic brain, the best way to identify and change the underlying patterns is through working with the body while in a mindful state.
 
This talk will present a fresh look on the theory that integrates both attachment and differentiation and can be used with individuals as well as couples. The talk will be experiential and participants would be able to experience first hand exercises they can use with their clients.
 
Learning objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to identify an integrated model of attachment and differentiation and how they are linked to three insecure attachment  styles
  2. Participants will be able to recognize at least two somatic cues that can help identify attachment styles
  3. Participants will be able to apply two experiential interventions to work with attachment issues 

This course is appropriate for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs of any level of experience, in private practice, non-profit and hospital settings.
 
Schedule:
3:45- 4pm Registration
4 – 6 pm   Attachment styles from a somatic lens

  • Examining and differentiating insecure attachment styles
  • Recognizing somatic cues
  • Applying experiential interventions

SF CAMFT is a CAMFT approved CEU provider (#62283).  The above course meets the qualifications for two hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.  If you are interested in obtaining CEUs, you may do so by paying $10 (cash or check) at the beginning of the workshop.  To qualify for CE credit, you must arrive on time, sign in at the CE table, stay until the end of the program, turn in the evaluation and pick up your certificate.
 
Time: 3:45 - 6 PM
Location: CPMC Davies Campus, Gazebo Room, Castro/Duboce
CEs offered: 2 CEs for $10, general admission is free
Contact: For any questions, concerns, special needs accommodations, or grievances related to programming, please contact the Programming Chair, Rose Dito.
Phone: (650) 692-4118

Gal SzekelyGal Szekely is a licensed psychotherapist and a certified Hakomi teacher with a private practice in San Francisco and East bay (El Cerrito). Gal is passionate about working with individuals and couples on relationship issues and is the founder of The Couples Center, a bay area relationship counseling and education center. Gal and his wife lead Love Made Simple, a weekend retreat for couples. Gal holds a master's degree in Counseling Psychology from CIIS University and a master's in Social-Organizational Psychology. Check out his upcoming workshop “Somatic tools for couples therapy”.

Announcing our New Website
By: Lily Sloane, LMFT
 
If you weren't in the habit of hanging out on sfcamft.org, I don't blame you. That being the case, you may not have noticed: just a couple of days ago we got a brand new website! After lots of brainstorming, planning, getting stuck, and starting again, we finally made it happen. 

With the help of a web developer who knew just how to get us the features we needed and a graphic designer who helped us rebrand, sfcamft.org is sleek, clean, and much easier to navigate. We've also added new pages to reflect information about the chapter's various programs and offerings.

It's natural for a new website to encounter some bugs along the way. We'll be smoothing those out as we discover them. If there is something about the site you find confusing or doesn't work (a broken link, for instance), please let me know. You can email me at lilysloane@gmail.com.

We hope you'll find the new website easier to use and pleasant to look at!
 
Lily Sloane is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the Mission District of San Francisco. She is also the creator and host of the podcast A Therapist Walks Into a Bar and community radio show Radical Advice on BFF.fm. Lily has worn many hats at SF CAMFT, including board president. Currently she volunteers as webmaster. www.lilysloane.com

 Feature Article: Nonbinary Mental Health

By: JS Very, Associate MFT

Back in 2009, I graduated from an APA accredited school in Chicago and obtained a Masters in Counseling and Art Therapy. Like many aspiring psychotherapists, I doubted whether or not I would be a good therapist. However, my doubts mainly arose from the institutional and social transphobia I encountered while in my program. I was newly coming out as a trans person, and my instructors and site supervisors were concerned that I was going to confuse my clients with my ambiguous gender presentation. To clarify, I did not receive any kind of class or even a homework assignment which discussed the ethical treatment of transgender clients. I learned that I was transgender from reading the criteria for Gender Identity Disorder in the DSM-IV-TR!

Prior to my graduate school experience, I had only heard of trans women. I didn’t know that trans men and non-binary people existed, or that those identities were an option for me as a person who was assigned female at birth. The message I received was, “You cannot be a psychotherapist and be transgender…and you need psychological help”. Upon graduation, I desired to begin hormone therapy. The professor who facilitated the LGBTQ club at my school referred me to a cisgender (non-trans) psychotherapist who described himself as, “trans-friendly”. I paid this provider full fee, out-of-pocket for weekly therapy sessions for two years.  During this time, clinicians used the Harry Benjamin Standards of care to determine whether a person was transgender. In order for a person to be approved for hormones, they had to successfully complete a “Real Life Test” (RLT). This meant that I needed to live as a “man” successfully without the use of hormone therapy or surgery. In order to complete the RLT, I had to be out as trans at work, school, in a community or volunteer capacity. I needed to legally obtain a gender-identity-appropriate first name, and provide documentation that people knew that I functioned as a man in society.

Suffice it to say, that I didn’t pass the “Real Life Test”. After two years of psychotherapy, my therapist refused to write me a letter to change my driver’s license marker. He told me that he wasn’t convinced that I was transgender. He said that he was worried I would change my mind later and sue him. Further, he told me that he didn’t even know how to write such a letter. Considering that my presenting issue was to complete the RLT and obtain a letter to change my gender marker, he was operating outside of his scope of practice. He should have referred me out immediately. During our work together, he failed to take any steps to receive any kind of training, consult with other therapists, or even read a book on the topic of working with transgender clients. This is not a fictional story. This actually happened to me. Sadly, it continues to happen, even in San Francisco.

Most of the clients who seek me out as a psychotherapist spend much of our sessions processing the psychological trauma they experienced from previous therapists who claimed to be trans-friendly or trans-competent.

Fortunately for me, I was able to find an FTM (female to male) peer led support group. People attended this group to learn what to say to doctors in order to convince them that a person is transgender.  They gave me the numbers for a competent gender specialist and also an MD. After three sessions, I had my letter and my hormones.

Later that year, I heard about a peer-led support group called Genderqueer Chicago. The facilitators and group members forever changed my perspective and I am so grateful for their patience with me. When I started attending that group, the members confronted me on the ways in which I perpetuated transphobia, rape culture, toxic masculinity, racism, heteronormativity, homophobia, and sexism. This was a shock to me, because I considered myself to be a progressive and radical queer trans person. At 29 years old, I had no idea that I had any problematic behavior that needed changing. I wasn’t even grateful to them at the time. I couldn’t entertain the idea that they were trying to help me. I reacted with hostility and defensiveness. Despite my behavior, they accepted me as part of their group and as part of the larger queer community. This group encouraged me to feel that I was on the right track to discovering my true identity.

I offer you my personal story to convey the level of responsibility that psychotherapists assume when they market themselves as, “trans-friendly”, “trans-competent”, and as “gender specialists. From my perspective, specializing in trans issues not only requires a significant amount of training, education, research, and experience, it also requires psychotherapists to do some in-depth self-reflection. Importantly, it requires high levels of cultural sensitivity, cultural competence, and cultural humility.

If you would like to work with trans and non-binary people, one of the best things you can do for them and yourself is to problematize everything you think you know about sexuality and gender. This action really benefits all of your clients because everyone has been conditioned to look at the world through a cisgender-heteronormative lens. Meaning, that our society teaches us that cisgender and heterosexual identities are natural and ideal. This is a problem. It is not a problem with the client; it is a problem with our society. It is a problem for us as psychotherapists to neglect examining the ways in which we perpetuate cis-heteronormativity and impose those values onto our clients.  This process can be extremely uncomfortable and even feel emotionally painful. Psychotherapists need support, too, and I highly suggest not doing this work alone. If you or someone you know would like support on this process, I would like to invite you to contact me or another Gender Specialist and/or Sex Therapist with whom you feel comfortable working with.

JS Very is a Doctor of Philosophy student in Human Sexuality. They hold a Master of Counseling and Art Therapy from Adler University, and a Bachelor of Fine Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. JS has over 3 years of experience providing psychotherapy to transgender and non-binary clients, and 7 years of experience using art-based projects to empower transgender and non-binary people. JS has been attending Gender Specialist consultation groups for 1 year and 6 months. JS works at Market Street Center for Psychotherapy. JS specializes in helping their psychotherapy clients address issues related to sex, love, intimacy and gender from a relational, queer, feminist, strength-based, anti-oppressive, client-centered, existential, sex positive, kink and poly aware perspective.  www.jsverytherapy.com

 
Please join your SFCAMFT Board Members for coffee and conversation!
 
March
Board Member: Rose Dito, Vice President
Where: Caffe Trieste, 2500 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
When: Thursday, March 15th
Time: 11 - 12:30 pm

April
Board Member: Dennis Thatcher, Co-Speaker Coordinator
Where: Caffe Trieste, 2500 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
When: Thursday, April 12th
Time: 11 - 12:30 pm

No RSVP is necessary. Hope to see you there!
Lentzou Maria
Karen Yeh
Natalie Mills
Beth Mitchner
Carrie Johnson
Suzanne Hausler
Deva Segal
Annalise Oatman
Daniel Gunther
Danni Biondini
Luis Cornejo
Jacqueline Beavers
Roxana Ortiz
Jane Walter
Thien Pham
Elena White
Kari Flomerg
Gena McCarthy
 
Newly Licensed Members
Deva Segal
Camille Campbell
Bianca Aarons
Gargi Patel
Erin Phillips
Jessica Chiara Viscomi
Kealy Spring, SFCAMFT President, and board members Jennifer Normoyle and Lily Sun attended the 2018 CAMFT Leadership Conference at the Burlingame Hyatt Regency.

Diversity Committee
By: Stephanie Lai, LMFT
 
A quick update: the workshop mentioned in the previous newsletter has been cancelled for now.

I'd like to continue to highlight the open Therapist of Color group for interested folks: We meet virtually (using a group video chat) on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday mornings of the month. Topics include: open discussions about our experiences as therapists of color, case consultations, challenges of private practice, and business opportunities.

Please contact Annu Sood at annu.therapist@gmail.com if you identify as a therapist of color and are interested in joining this group!

Stephanie Lai, LMFT has a private practice in Mid-Market/SOMA and the Inner Richmond. She focuses on young professional women who struggle with anxiety. www.stephanielaitherapy.com
Newly Licensed Group
By: Olga Rocklin, LMFT

The Newly Licensed Group has met twice with solid attendance at each meeting so far. The conversation has been lively and fruitful! One of the main reasons for attending continues to be to build community. Getting involved by attending chapter events can absolutely serve as a way to create connections with other clinicians. Some of the topics we've discussed thus far have included: marketing, networking, insurance, other streams of income, website building, referrals for other professionals and more!

Meeting Details: Monthly meetings occur on the first Friday of each month; Meetings take place from 12:00p-1:30p;
Location: San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin Street (at Grove); Martin Paley Conference Room (3rd floor); Clinicians who have been licensed 0-3 years are welcome to attend.

This is a drop-in group. However, due to space limitation at the library, please RSVP to Olga Rocklin: olgarocklin@gmail.com if you’d like to attend. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or would like further information about the group. I look forward to seeing you at a meeting sometime soon!

Olga Rocklin, MA, LMFT has a private practice in the Inner Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. She meets with individual clients, specializing in teen and young adult issues. She also works with individuals struggling with eating disorders and related challenges. She periodically leads Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction groups.
Pre-Licensed Clinician Corner
By: Jennifer Normoyle, LMFT
 
Being a part of the Pre-Licensed Support Group is a wonderful opportunity! Topics recently discussed have been building community with others who are working towards the finish line of licensure, BBS questions around hours, maximums in categories and supervision, as well as ways to navigate the Law and Ethics and Clinical Exams. We would love to have you come if you are a pre-licensed therapist.

Pre-Licensed Clinician Meeting Information: All pre-licensed students, trainees and associates are warmly invited to attend the monthly SFCAMFT Pre-Licensed Clinician Meeting. We meet from 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm in the Gazebo Room of California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), Davies Campus, on the corner of Castro and Duboce Streets in San Francisco.

The next Intern Support Group will take place on March 11th.

Please check the SFCAMFT website for the most up to date information: www.sfcamft.org. There is no charge to attend the meeting and no RSVP is necessary. Paid parking is available at the garage onsite and there is often free parking on the streets around CPMC. The group is an excellent way to meet other pre-licensed and get support.

Jennifer Normoyle, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Jennifer has her private practice in lower Pacific Heights. Her specialities are teenagers who are perfectionists, and couples using the Gottman method. She also works as the Mental Health Clinician in a school district providing therapy to high school students in special education classrooms. www.jennifernormoyle.com
Free Advertising in SFCAMFT's Newletter!
 

SF CAMFT's Board is pleased to offer an opportunity for free advertising to our members! Attend a chapter meeting for a chance to win space for a free ad in the SF CAMFT newsletter! (One entry per person. You must be present at the chapter meeting to win and must use your free ad within 6 months.)
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Board Meeting Minutes
 
The last SFCAMFT board meeting was on January 14th, 2018. Click this link to view the minutes from that meeting.


 

SF CAMFT is looking for:
  • A responsible and detail oriented monthly meeting CEU recorder. This position involves a certain amount of accounting. 
  • A person /persons that will be in charge of purchase and serve beverages and snacks for our monthly chapter meetings. 
  • A volunteer coordinator. This position includes recruiting and maintaining volunteers on a regular basis as well as attending monthly chapter meetings.
Please contact Lily Sun for more information: 650-437-8577
Volunteer Spotlight
With Greg Bodin, LMFT
 

Greg BodinWhat is your volunteer role with SFCAMFT?

I currently serve on the SFCAMFT Board as Membership Chair. 

What month/year did you start volunteering?

I started volunteering in 2015 when I participated on the Diversity Committee. I then participated on the Board as Secretary and now as Membership Char.​

What motivated your decision to offer your time?

SFCAMFT was so useful to me when I was prelicensed and working on my hours - so much great support and advice!  I think it is important to participate and contribute in an organization that has been so valuable to me.

What are some of the benefits?

Networking is by far the best benefit. I’ve met so many wonderful people and found a great deal of support in meeting and connecting with others. Private practice can feel a little isolating at times and being able to connect through SFCAMFT has been so important. 

The Listserv has been an invaluable way for me to feel connected to my colleagues and be the best clinician I can be.  

What is one thing you love about your volunteer role that you least expected?

I really love solving problems - helping people figure out various aspects and benefits of their membership has been very gratifying. And, it has allowed me to say hello and get to know many members I may have not otherwise met!

Tell us one thing about yourself that not many people know.

This is my second career. Before becoming a MFT, I worked for 18 years as a library manager in public, medical and academic libraries.

Please describe your practice for us!

The focus of my practice is anxiety and men’s sex issues. I use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) CBT. EMDR and a whole lot of mindfulness. I LOVE using these modalities and seeing the difference they make for my clients. 

Classifieds
 

Therapist Office
Monday sublet, all day and evening, in light, spacious office in Victorian building on Fillmore at Filbert. Office is beautifully furnished in established suite of psychiatrists and therapists.
Available Saturday’s as well. $225 per month; utilities included.
Sandra Backovich, LMFT - (415)-921- 3426 - sandrabackovichmft@gmail.com

Therapist Office
Unique Therapy Office is a hidden gem, in the Marina. The building is secure and the space itself is wired for an alarm system.  The space is over 400 square feet and consists of a waiting room, counseling room and restroom. For sale/lease/lease option, contact Alicia Pucci 415.710.1850

  

Newsletter Team:
The Newsletter Team consists of the following members:

Ildiko Ran and Shannon Weisberg - Co-Editors

Winston Hendzel - Copy Editor


If you are interested in contributing to the newsletter, please contact us: SFCAMFTnewsletter@gmail.com.  We also welcome your feedback and suggestions.
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