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Depression Therapists in Minneapolis

Michael Kinzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MA, LMFT
“I regularly help individuals, couples and families make changes they never thought possible. My style tends to be more proactive, but without judgment and depending on the clients needs. I ask questions and make frequent observations to help clients (1) increase self-awareness and become less afraid of themselves and their feelings, (2) to make better choices, (3) toward greater satisfaction with themselves and in their relationships. My unique history helps me understand and relate to the many struggles clients face. For more information about me and my style of therapy, please visit my website: jupitercenter.com.
Depression
(612) 234-5976
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Kerry Aikman, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My goal as a therapist is to offer my clients a relationship that is safe, empowering, and collaborative. Together, we will explore and understand your unique struggles and obstacles to greater self-awareness and personal growth. Through the therapy process, I help my clients more effectively cope with the demands of their lives. At the same time, I help them develop a greater understanding of the underlying causes and patterns that contribute to the stress in their lives.
Depression
(612) 223-7505
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
“More information at; davidadubois.com I believe that therapy is not an easy process to begin or to say with over time. I have been a therapist for over 20 years and before that worked for 12 years as an alcohol and drug counselor. I work from a cognitive behavioral therapy perspective and believe that people come to therapy because they have tried every solution they know to make there life better. I believe therapy works best in an atmosphere of respect and trust, that people come to therapy because they want to make there life better in some way.
Depression
(612) 293-6968
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
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.
Depression
(952) 314-5533
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55424
Kirsten Clark Rewey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couple, family and group therapy settings. I have experience with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief, trauma, relationship difficulties, school related issues, parenting, postpartum, and mothering related issues. My background includes working in a center for teens and families in crisis, a family county program and K-12 school settings offering mental health services and education.
Depression
(612) 260-6821 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Sharyn Dezelar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I provide a supportive environment for children, adolescents and adults to discuss concerns and goals. I offer a strengths-based approach and am compassionate and accepting of individuals, couples and families whatever their circumstances.
Depression
(612) 255-4304
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Bruce E Fischer, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I've been working with adults and teens for over 34 years. My approach is empathic, direct, and thoughtful. Given I have a wide background in my training, I adapt my therapeutic approach to the needs of the client. I find that effective therapy is a collaborative approach where we work together to understand your concerns, their origins and most importantly what can be done to bring about both the internal and behavioral changes that will be beneficial to you. My goal in therapy is to help integrate your shame and vulnerabilities into a healthy identity grounded in self-esteem and pride.
Depression
(612) 223-7345
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Chad T. Allen, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“It's not uncommon to experience periods in your life when you feel stuck, lonely, anxious, or sad--sometimes in reaction to a specific life event, sometimes for reasons completely outside your awareness. Or maybe you've become frustrated by patterns that seem to repeat over and over, leading to problems in your relationships or at work. I work with individuals and couples in both brief and longer-term psychotherapy to not only reduce suffering but also develop a greater capacity for love, work, and creativity. To learn more about my practice, I encourage you to explore my website.
Depression
(612) 424-3315
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Guy Strauss, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I work to build a respectful, trusting environment where clients feel confident and safe discussing their issues. The therapeutic relationship itself--how well the therapist and client relate--is the single most important predictor of successful therapy. Therefore, I am especially mindful of building this relationship by listening carefully to each client's unique needs and goals, and involving clients in decisions about their therapy. This helps clients feel more confident and empowered as they move toward change. I have discovered that many people find this approach to therapy enjoyable and fulfilling, even when their initial issues are very distressing.
Depression
(612) 568-3901
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Candace Margulies, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe in the ability of psychotherapy to bring us to greater understanding of ourselves. A skilled therapist can provide the means to respond to the past and enable individuals to identify what they want and what their obstacles are. With a foundation based on a strong therapeutic relationship, a belief in the unconscious and respect for your own pace, I will help you examine who you are, what you want and what stands in the way of reaching your potential for happiness, meaning and satisfaction.
Depression
(612) 564-4417
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Dan Christensen-Cowan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LGSW
“Are you suffering from a recent loss or going through a life transition? Are you struggling with relationships, health issues, anxiety or depression? I offer a supportive, non-judgmental space in which we can process grief or examine frustrating life patterns, and work together towards change. I believe that everyone has inner potential for growth and it is my job as a therapist to help you tap into that potential and achieve the changes you are looking for. By seeking help you are already taking the first important step towards change.
Depression
(651) 309-8043 x4
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Ellen K Dona, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Getting help from a therapist can be a difficult step -- finding someone you can relate to, who understands, and who provides help in a straightforward, positive way is so important. I am warm, nurturing, and direct. I strongly believe in the importance of our relationship: I help you to establish goals, and we work together toward achieving these goals. I provide practical advice and assistance in handling the issues of daily life, and with addressing and healing from the struggle and pain of the past.
Depression
(651) 968-3706
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55410
Benjamin J Thompson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“People often imagine that therapy is about digging up repressed memories and reviewing traumatic experiences. While it is important to know where we have come from to understand who we are and where we are going, therapy generally focuses on our present circumstances and the positive strengths and resources that we can use to move forward in life. Together, we will form concrete goals and engender progress, not simply wander unproductively through hours of ambiguity. Often it's not our shortcomings, but unproductive expectations and beliefs that are hindering our journey.
Depression
(773) 496-4970
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Scott Kamilar, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Some people enter therapy with a specific problem they want to solve. Others are interested in achieving a broader goal such as psychological growth and understanding. I am happy to help you define and work towards a goal which best meets your needs. My specialties include stress and anxiety, depression, relationship and communication problems (eg. assertiveness, , intimacy issues, anger management) and self-esteem issues. In my work I draw from my training in cognitive-behavior therapy, family systems approaches, Ericksonian hypnosis, Buddhist psychology and mindfulness meditation, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Depression
(651) 964-0963
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Matthew Paymar, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“My approach to therapy is informed primarily by psychodynamic principles. The emphasis is on creating a safe, supportive environment in which to explore and develop insights into underlying feelings and thoughts. Together we will uncover deeply held assumptions that, although may have been useful at one time, today reinforce ways of coping in the world that are no longer effective or relevant. Through guidance in therapy, a person learns that there are a range of options for solving problems that previously were unknown, felt out of reach, or were avoided due to an internal conflict.
Depression
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
Emily Fields, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I will work with you in a collaborative relationship to broaden your understanding of yourself and the things that are not working in your life. We will look at difficulties that you experience (such as anxiety, depression, relationship problems, job stress, and general life dissatisfaction) and understand these concerns in the context of current circumstances as well as their origins. Through in-depth therapy you will gain insight into these problems in order to make different choices. We will work to illuminate patterns of behavior and belief systems that interfere with your current life, and help you to tolerate difficult feelings.
Depression
(612) 562-6930
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, PhD, LMFT
“I am comfortable using individual, couples and family therapy to help people work through a wide range of issues, ranging from depression and anxiety to relationship and family issues. Every client's situation is unique, so I attend to their unique contexutal factors, and focus on their strengths to help promote growth and solutions to problems.
Depression
(612) 999-2664
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
John Healy, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
Psychologist, PhD, LP
“I help people understand themselves and the problems causing their distress. I facilitate awareness of emotions, behaviors, and relationships in order for individuals to make positive changes . I have a general practice working with many different issues, including adults struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and difficult life transitions.
Depression
(651) 301-8559
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Erin Schoenecker, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“It takes strength and courage to seek counseling, and I am so happy you found me. Whether or not you decide to contact me, you have already taken a step toward a healthier you. People come to counseling because of their problems - they are not defined by their problems. People I work with are committed to their lives and relationships. As a therapist, my job is to provide a safe and non judgmental space while bringing curiosity and respect for your knowledge and experiences.
Depression
(612) 294-8255 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Velma Wagner, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Are you seeking peace of mind? Overwhelmed, sad, anxious, disoriented, angry, empty or adrift? I work well with adults, couples and adolescents who want to make changes in their lives. I take a holistic approach incorporating a blend of body-mind-spirit-emotions to enhance therapy. I can assist you to function more freely and effectively in the world. No matter how desperate our circumstances, we always have more choices, more chances, more options. Although problems are psychological in nature, the solution is spiritual. I can assist you to look within to uncover the solutions to troubles that you face, questions that you struggle with.
Depression
(612) 217-1654
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
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