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Welcome to the Minneapolis Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Therapists in Minneapolis

Stacy Rankin Greco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Through the process of psychotherapy, I work together with my clients to help them: develop a better understanding of their histories, triggers and patterns in order to get unstuck and create new endings to old stories; build coping skills and capacity for resiliency in order to face stressors and fears that are blocking growth; learn to live authentically in order to create a life congruent with what matters to them. I feel passionate about my work. I always hope to help people realize their worth and competency so they can feel empowered to take charge of their lives and live with more purpose and fulfillment.
(612) 294-8651
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Carol Wichers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW, LMFT
“People usually come to therapy with a longing to be more strongly connected to those they love and to themselves. In therapy, people begin to notice and deconstruct old patterns that unknowingly create barriers to intimacy. It is also an opportunity to make important decisions about one's purpose in life, to prioritize and clarify work, love, parenting and creativity. There is often unknown or unfinished grief or loss that complicates and confuses people. I believe everyone has the capacity to change, to create a more fulfilling life if there is willingness to be open and vulnerable with yourself.
(651) 321-2519
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
David Townes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MBA
“I can say with confidence that I am not your typical mental health therapist. For starters, I was a football player in Texas during high school and a wilderness guide in Colorado during my summers in college. I also have a Masters in Business Administration, I've developed my own computer software, and I play around with mathematical algorithms in my spare time. I practice therapy because it helps keep me grounded. Nothing is more meaningful than making lasting improvements in the lives of others.
(612) 223-7398 x700
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Kathlyn Nelson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Life is hard, and asking for help is a strength, not a weakness. Folks see me for a variety of problems: anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress, relationship concerns, work issues, general stress, parenting, grief, childhood abuse, and other difficulties. I help people realize and appreciate their strengths, using them to create their own solutions. Clients say I'm easy to talk to--nonjudgmental and accepting. I don't tell you what to do, but I will help you achieve your own goals. Feel free to ask the questions you need to decide whether you feel comfortable with me.
(651) 760-8618
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
David Swarthout, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LICSW
“Psychotherapy involves working together to build connections where safe communication can occur. Most of my patients seek a guide, confidant, teacher, or objective bystander who can help identify difficulties in relationships & devise strategies/build skills to help them cope with struggles in life. I work primarily w/ adolescents/young adults who struggle with "launching" into the adult world of school & work, with adults who have a hard time managing pain & chronic health problems, with people who have struggles related to sexual health, and with people experiencing grief & loss.
(612) 223-6436
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Heteroflexible Therapy, Ltd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Are most days a struggle? Heteroflexible Therapy is there to help. Whether you struggle with relationships, addictions, dealing with the loss of a loved one, or past issues of abuse we will work together to meet your personal goals. The practice offers a warm and accepting environment for individuals and couples. Connie Studer, M.A., LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, is skilled at recognizing the most effective therapy approach to help you find more satisfaction and joy in life. An open and affirming practice for straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender individuals.
(651) 967-7981
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Trisha Hartmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Argosy University, Twin Cities. Practice includes working with adolescents and adults in individual, couple, and family therapy. Areas of special interest include adolescent issues, emotional and behavioral concerns, life transitions, anxiety, depression, parenting, stress management, relationship difficulties and womens' issues. Ages 13+
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
LeAnn K Hutton, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with experience treating depression, anxiety, relationship problems, reactions to trauma/life stressors, and social/behavioral difficulties. I enjoy working with individuals and families who are committed to improving their life situations. I believe it is necessary to provide clients with a safe and accepting environment. Each client's personal situation is unique and should be respected. I attempt to gain an accurate understanding of my client's views and life experiences.
(651) 252-4969
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Rebecca Kempenich, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I have specialized training in how to help people manage and overcome obsessive compulsive disorder and hoarding, and I am an active member of the Minnesota Hoarding Task Force. I have also received specialized training in how to help people navigate and resolve marital or couples problems. I also have a lot of practical experience helping people with sexual identity issues, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, body image problems, and mood disorders. I currently help a lot of people with "behavioral addictions" as well, including compulsive sexual behavior and compulsive use of alcohol or drugs.
(866) 957-5309 x702
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Sara Schwatken  in Minneapolis
“Welcome! I am an integrative therapist with a dual focus on alleviating current, distressing symptoms and working toward life-long changes to improve the overall quality of your life. I enjoy getting to know you as a whole individual and feel developing the therapeutic relationship can create a safe and supportive environment so that you can feel completely comfortable to get your needs met in therapy. Although I was originally trained as a generalist, I have also received specialized training and experience in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma/abuse and relationship concerns.
(612) 999-1278
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
“Every person's experience in therapy is unique. I know that my 20+ years of experience, the ongoing training I consistently pursue and the areas in which I have particular expertise are important factors to the people who come to see me. I create a safe and compassionate environment so individuals and couples can freely express their questions and needs. Beyond those critical pieces, I believe that the success of the therapy will rest on our ability to work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust.
(612) 223-6542
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Susan Medo, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“As a therapist, my approach is to provide support, practical feedback, and guidance toward resolution of current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, we will find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues.
(612) 567-5688
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Scott Eugene Bartell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, DCSW, ACSW
“I work with individuals who often don't mesh well with other therapists due to more rigid frameworks--I am creative and flexible, work a lot with polyamorous, kinky, pagan and other cultures who may face some mainstream judgements. I am a KAP professional and a member of WPATH (able to assess and refer transgender/transsexual persons for medical help). I don't do online therapy so prefer NOT to be emailed but telephoned for a brief consultation. I am a provider for most insurances, have been consultant to the Program in Human Sexuality and others, in solo private practice.
(612) 315-8261
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Molly L Nicholson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“In my psychotherapy practice near Uptown Minneapolis, I have the honor of working with people experiencing a wide variety of concerns including: depression; anxiety; grief/loss; life transitions; postpartum depression; sexual abuse; relationship problems; low self-esteem; family of origin; stress and more. My relational approach is based on the belief that within the framework of a trusting relationship with a therapist, clients can explore patterns of behavior and emotions which may relate back to earlier relationships. Once a better understanding of the origins of these patterns is developed, people often find lasting freedom from their hold over their lives.
(612) 204-2823
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Georgeanna I Lewis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy is an activity between two people, working and talking together. It is not my expertise telling you what ails you; rather, it is a process in which I listen carefully to you, attempt to understand your experience and your feelings, and we work together to figure out what will help you feel better and function better in your relationships and in your life tasks. I think of my work as helping the clients' own instinctual striving for healthy development and connection to others to emerge, which I believe happens even in the most adverse circumstances.
(612) 246-3184
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Chad Bolstrom, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Do you feel like you have limited choices and options in your life? Have you lost your balance? In my work, I have the privilege to help others explore the choices obscured to them that are often close at hand. Through a combination of talk and experiential approach we will work through multiple dimensions of mind-body to rediscover the well-being innate within you.
(612) 223-7460
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Joyce Lynne Juster, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Who of us does not wish to feel at ease, able to express our fullest self wherever we may find ourselves. The counseling process is an invitation to grow, to remember who we are, to gain ways to fully express our true self and our potential. You will find my style to be both supportive and collaborative, and the environment in which we meet to be warm and welcoming. My education and therapeutic training is in cognitive/behavioral, humanistic and transpersonal approaches.
(952) 314-5533
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424
Angela Pitton,   in Minneapolis
“Art is a tool used to bring about positive change, and creates an environment of safety and comfort. Specially trained as an Art Therapist, I believe all people are creative--and creativity is not just about drawing. By utilizing images and writing, we all can gain insight about ourselves in a way words cannot always accurately express, and it offers a unique alternative to traditional talk therapy. Together we will set goals, increase coping skills, and remove barriers to help move you forward in your life. No previous art experience necessary, only an openness to self-reflection and growth.
(952) 649-5380
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Patrick Rhinehardt Perry, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“Would you like to work on relationship problems, chemical dependence issues, improve your self-esteem, manage stress or depression more effectively? I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are committed to improving their life situations . We work together to make desired changes that are present focused and applicable in current life situations. This insures that desired changes are workable for an individual's needs. I provide an atmosphere of respect and trust where one can explore new ideas and techniques. I want my clients to feel better when they leave the office than when they arrived.
(612) 345-9605
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Kathie Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“When life is hard or confusing, you need a kind, steady guide with lots of experience, who can listen deeply and respond in a way that really helps. I can help you feel better--connect more to yourself and others, resolve issues, develop a positive relationship with your body, bring more love to your life, and take steps to achieve your goals. Does it seem like life keeps bringing up issues these days and putting them right in front of you? It can feel overwhelming. You want to handle it differently this time, but you're not sure how.
(612) 568-6986
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
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