Jeanne McIntee has over 25 years of clinical experience as a therapist. She began her work and studies in Marriage and Family Therapy under the training and supervision of Dr. Murray Bowen, the faculty of the Georgetown Family Center, Washington D.C. and G. Mary Bourne, MA, LICSW and the faculty of the Minnesota Institute of Family Dynamics, Edina Minnesota for a period of 8 years. In addition to participating in the post-graduate training program for family therapists, she provided supervisory input for new trainees, provided lectures on PTDS and Family Systems Theory, Family Reaction to Death and Family Systems Theory. She has continued to devote her time and attention to deepening her understanding of Systems Thinking, Function and Dysfunction found within the Human Condition. Her area of interest include Trauma and the Somatic Responses, PTSD, End of Life Care, Death and Dying, Spiritual and Existential issues and the Importance of the Self of the Therapist in Therapy. Ms. McIntee received her Masters degree from the Graduate and Professional Schools of Saint Mary’s University, Minneapolis, Minnesota and her Bachelor degree from the College of Saint Benedict, St. Joseph, Minnesota. She has published articles on death and dying for End of Life Care publications and has presented at national conferences. She has received the Benedictine Service Award from the College of Saint Benedict and has published a book, "To Comfort and To Honor: A Guide to Personalizing Rituals for the Passing of a Loved One." Ms. McIntee teaches introduction to grief and loss issues in family therapy for Saint Mary’s MFT students. She maintains a private clinical practice in Saint Paul and provides social services for St. Joseph’s Hospital and is on staff as a therapist in the hospital’s Out-Patient Behavior Health Clinic, both located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.