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Gambling Therapists in Minneapolis

Rebecca Kempenich, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My clients are the champions of their own lives. It is an honor and a privilege to witness clients grow, heal, and establish better relationships. I have intensive 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 also have also received intensive training in how to help people navigate and resolve marital or couples problems.
Gambling
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(866) 957-5309 x702
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
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.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 234-5976
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Tessa Evelyn Anttila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I would like to provide you with a therapeutic experience that is thoughtful, empowering and in collaboration with you, as you adapt to and grow from life's challenges. When you feel overwhelmed by stress and find managing your life to be difficult, having a trusting and supportive therapeutic experience can help you move more easily towards change. I will support you as you gain capacity to adapt to stress and find balance by providing you with continuous opportunities to realize your unlimited potential to heal from loss, gain resiliency, find inner-strength, and maintain healthy and satisfying relationships.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(651) 433-6291
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
Susan Ann Gustafson, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Welcome! My motto 'Opening Doors and Building Bridges' refers to my belief that through psychological therapy, you can make positive life changes. The psychotherapy is tailored to meet your individual needs. I offer a wide range of treatment modalities in which to draw on and will provide strategies, coping skills and other guidance to suit your needs. My mission is to help broaden your self-awareness and open a new range of choices and solutions to you. Ultimately I aspire to help you apply those new choices and solutions in ways that will enhance your life.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 223-6458
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
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.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 223-7345
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Kenwood Therapy Center, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Kenwood Therapy Center was established in 2000 to provide comprehensive individual, couple and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Over the past eleven years, Kenwood Therapy Center has grown to house ten full and part-time therapists offering a range of specialties. The staff works from a Narrative Therapy base to develop insight into the stories of the client's life. The team members also draw from their varied experience and research on the best ideas of current theories and practices in the field. As the practice grows and changes, Kenwood Therapy Center still holds to its core objective to help its clients re-author life's narratives. Kenwood Therapy Center uses Narrative ideas and approaches as the foundation for work at the Center. Narrative Therapy is a growing set of ethically based and innovative therapy practices that recognize that people use narrative (or story) to make meaning in their lives and construct their identities. Accordingly, people can change their lives and identities.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 294-7442 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Catalyst Mental Health, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Catalyst Mental Health provides creative, intelligent, and dynamic services that empower people to realize their full potential. Research has repeatedly shown that the single largest factor impacting treatment outcomes is not a provider's treatment methodology or theoretical orientation, but rather the quality of a client's relationship with their individual service provider. Catalyst Mental Health consequently works with each client to design a carefully researched yet highly customized program that fits their unique needs. Services provided by Catalyst Mental Health include outpatient individual, marriage/couples, family, and group counseling, as well as chemical health assessments. No residential or inpatient services are available. Services are mainly provided onsite, but some therapists also provide their services online via webcam.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 223-7284
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Associated Clinic of Psychology, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“With a 33 year history the Associated Clinic of Psychology is known throughout Minnesota as a leader in preventing, diagnosing, and treating mental health issues. Our commitment to our clients is to provide a comprehensive suite of mental health services, a single source for all of your mental healthcare needs. With over 120 clinicians, ACP provides: Individual Psychotherapy, Marriage Counseling, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Medication Management, Individual Counseling, Testing, Consulting, Workshops and Training.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 294-0631
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
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.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 223-7398 x700
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Timothy Bechtel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW
“My goal as a therapist is to help people live their lives in accordance with their values and to help them achieve their goals. I help people understand what is getting in the way of achieving their goals and overcome their roadblocks. I have a special interest in psychological trauma and I am trained in EMDR and CPT, both of which are empirically validated treatments for PTSD. I am also a board member-elect for the Minnesota Society for Clinical Social Work, and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer from Guatemala.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(866) 663-3230 x701
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Molly L Nicholson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“As a Psychotherapist just south of the Lyn-Lake intersection in Minneapolis, I work with people experiencing grief, loss, depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, relationship concerns, low self-esteem, 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.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 204-2823
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Thrace Soryn, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Are you wishing for enhanced relationships, more fulfilling self-awareness,greater creativity, career satisfaction,revitalized meaning to life and alternative choices to unhelpful patterns? I have 21 years experience working with individuals and couples using a depthful and interactive approach to resolve depression, anxiety and life's challenges.I have extensive experience working with clients who are in the Arts,health care professionals, academics, students ,gays and lesbians and elders.People I have worked with often tell me they wish they had taken the first courageous step toward getting help earlier in their lives. They have found this exploration life-changing.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 374-2194
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Jennie C Yngsdahl, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I offer my clients a compassionate, creative, and collaborative approach in their healing work. I use psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and integrative therapies encouraging my clients to find meaning in their life's journey and struggles as well as find new ways to care for the self. Although I am a generalist when it comes to working with a variety of diverse clients and issues, I also believe strongly in the mind/body connection and help my clients find ways to reconnect and find balance in their lives. This is especially helpful when dealing with grief, relationship issues, life transitions, or trauma.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(651) 760-8764
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Vicki Franzen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Life can be so difficult & complex! If you are feeling lonely, confused, depressed or not understood there is hope. By asking for help you have taken the first & most difficult step to feeling better. Counseling can provide a safe environment where you can share your fears and frustrations without judgment. Counseling is a place where you can learn to better understand your own wants and needs. My therapeutic style tends to be collaborative, yet direct & educational. My strength based, solution focused approach includes helping you gain insight to your emotions while better understanding how your communication skills may be impacting your relationships.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(952) 479-5895
Hosts group in:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Kent Smallwood, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Research demonstrates that roughly 50% of treatment outcomes are directly attributable to the provider-client relationship. This is why it is so important that you feel comfortable with the therapist you choose, and optimistic about therapy. My ability to help you stems directly from a combination of my experience, my training, and the benefit of learning from the thousands of individuals I have worked with. The fundamental goal of my treatment is to help clients more clearly identify, remove barriers to, and more consistently connect to their core values.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 260-5099
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Sovereign Academy Young Adult Progam, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Free Assessment & Insurance Verification. We are a leading residential Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health, and Eating Disorders Treatment provider in sunny Southern California. We offer evidence based treatment, individualized treatment plans, cognitive testing and rehabilitation, individual and group therapy sessions, and many other treatment components We invite you to review our website, chat online with us, or call for a free confidential assessment to learn more and discuss how we can be a solution for you. We ACCEPT MOST PPO and HMO insurances.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(866) 665-2567
We serve:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418
Bill Ronan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW, Medical, Hypnoan
“I have over 40 years experience as a psychotherapist/Medical Hypnoanalyst. I am accepting, understanding and directed in treating problems. I have taught for various colleges in the Twin Cities area. I have been featured on most of the news stations for hypnoanesthesia. I am results oriented. I have several articles in peer review journals and have recently published a book called The Psychological Autopsy. I treat a wide variety of problems.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(952) 856-3102
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401
Nikki Knudson-Dalal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT, LADC
“Recently I have added workshops to my practice. I am currently teaching a "Five Love Languages" workshop (based off of the book by Gary Chapman, PHD) for couples. This workshop is designed to help couples increase understanding of each other's needs, learn ways to show one another love and appreciation and to learn to communicate more effectively. If you are interested, please contact me for workshop dates and times.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(612) 223-7372
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55479
Roberta Singerhouse, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Do you feel unbalanced in your psychological, biological, social or spiritual areas of life? Do you feel overwhelmed on how to regain your balance? I have extensive experience providing psychotherapy for a variety of issues with clients that range from young children to older adults. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach that is blended with other therapy models to meet the unique needs of the client in a safe and comforting environment. It would be a honor to help and guide you to wellness."
Gambling
Self-Harming
(651) 433-6550
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Laraine Patricia Kurisko, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“It seems inevitable that at some point in everyone's life, the thread that connects us to our deepest center is frayed or lost. We may experience this as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, physical illness, feeling "stuck", and more. These symptoms are messengers of the soul and can lead us to that deep place where healing and transformation can occur. Our psyche also speaks to us through joy, a sense of "calling," intuitions, synchronicities, talents, and so on, but often we listen best to pain. Together, we can rediscover your Self and access your own wellspring of healing.
Gambling
Self-Harming
(952) 314-5399
Office is near:
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409

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Gambling Therapists
A compulsive gambler or a or pathological gambler is someone who is unable to resist his or her impulses to gamble. The urge to gamble becomes so great that tension can only be relieved by more gambling.

There is a very fine line between problem gambling or Minneapolis gambling addiction and gambling too much. The critical sign of problem gambling is often hidden from awareness, with denial. Many gamblers in Minneapolis typically do not know they have a problem. Admitting you have a problem, or may have a problem, is the first step to recovery.

Treatment options include individual and group psychotherapy, and self-help support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous (a 12-step program for gamblers). Abstinence principles that apply to other types of addiction are also relevant in the treatment of compulsive gambling behavior in Minneapolis.

Recently, medications such as antidepressants, opioid antagonists, and mood stabilizers have been shown to be beneficial in combination with gambling treatment by a Minneapolis gambling Therapist or gambling Therapists in Minneapolis or those experienced with gambling behaviors in Minneapolis.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Minneapolis have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Minneapolis you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Minneapolis and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Minneapolis or family therapy in Minneapolis.