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Dawn Castner-Rector, Ph.D., HSPP recently joined Associated Psychologists as a full-time practitioner, providing a wide range of mental health services.

She earned her master’s degree from Indiana University in 1992 and a doctorate from Indiana State University in 2004.

Castner-Rector is a licensed psychologist in Indiana and has about 25 years of experience working in the mental health field.

She specializes in working with adult clientele who are experiencing issues related to stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and anger management.


Duke Energy has named Marvin Blade vice president of Community Relations and Economic Development for Indiana. He replaces Bart Beal, who is retiring.

Blade has more than 25 years of experience with Duke Energy in customer service, account management, economic development and community relations. He most recently was a government and community relations manager for the company’s Ohio/Kentucky business unit.

Blade began his career in Indiana and grew up in Terre Haute. He started working with the company in 1988 in residential sales. He eventually became a district manager, serving as a community liaison for the company.

“Marvin has years of experience working with cities and towns to help them succeed,” said Duke Energy Indiana President Doug Esamann. “He will lead the company’s statewide team of community and government relations managers.”

Blade has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana State University and a master’s degree in marketing from University of Phoenix. He currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and will be moving to Indiana.

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