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Therapists in Saint Paul

“With almost 35 years working as a psychologist, I work with a variety of clients struggling with mental health and life issues. Many clients seek my help for anxiety, depression, serious and persistent mental illness and life transitions. My patients include children as young as 7, adolescents, adults and seniors in their 80's. Clients are often referred to me for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, relationship issues and sports-related performance concerns. I also have experience working with individuals and families where there are life-threatening health issues, infertility and pregnancy loss for both mothers and fathers.
(651) 433-6872
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Scharlemann Klapste, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you ready to leave your relationship? Feeling stuck, discouraged and frustrated with life? Even the most successful people can be anxious or depressed. Discover who you are and learn to be the person you want to be!
(952) 314-5525
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Benjamin Wolf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe in encouraging clients to find their inner strength, resilience, and confidence. My approach to therapy includes offering hope and the skills to overcome struggles, no matter how difficult they might seem. Engaging in therapy will work to develop your own strengths and allow you to feel more comfortable in your own skin, leading to a greater sense of vitality and peace of mind. When you are ready to opening yourself to these changes, don't wait. Make the call today.
(612) 217-4994
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Karen Wright, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“If you're like most people who seek help, you've already tried everything. You've come to the end of your rope, and you're afraid that even therapy won't work. I know - I've been there. Perhaps the source of your pain is a relationship with a family member, partner, or spouse. Maybe it's long-standing general anxiety or depression. Perhaps you're grappling with an addiction that's truly ruining your life. Or, perhaps you're recovering from an addiction, but anxiety and self-doubt are preventing you from moving forward with basic life goals.
(651) 321-2697
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Joan Hause, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I help people with healing and recovery from abuse, trauma, grief, family or partner conflict, depression, anxiety. I also help with life direction, meaning, enhancing creativity and spirituality. My counseling style is one of reflective listening, working collaboratively with clients, and supportive feedback. I work with individuals, couples and families.
(651) 538-6900
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Kathy Sampson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been a psychotherapist for over 35 years. I practice individual, couples and group psychotherapy. I work with a variety of problems and issues, including depression, anxiety, abuse, and relationship concerns. I currently facilitate two ongoing psychotherapy groups. I also supervise and train graduate school interns and therapists who are trying to get their license. Call to discuss at 612-722-5120. I am located in St. Paul, on the border of Minneapolis.
(612) 246-3208
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Jonathan C Hoistad, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Dr. Jonathan Hoistad is a clinical psychologist with emphasis in Health Psychology, Psychological Testing and Evaluation, Child/Family Psychology, and Clinical Supervision in a variety of clinic settings. Dr. Hoistad is on staff at Fairview University Hospital and has Health East staff privileges. He is the Director of Psychology for Behavioral Health at Red Cedar Clinic/Mayo Health System. He consults with a variety of different clinics providing psychological consultation, direct patient services, and coordination of patient care.
(651) 968-4218
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Lee Erickson, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“Erickson Counseling Services, Inc. is a neighborhood counseling clinic located in the Midway Neighborhood of Saint Paul, Minnesota. We offer weekday, evening and weekend appointments for individuals, families and couples who are dealing with complicated grief, trauma and difficult changes in their lives. At Erickson Counseling Services, Inc., we work with adults and adolescents who are struggling with complicated grief, loss and trauma. The grief, loss and trauma could be because of the death of a family member or friend or it could be because of divorce, moving, estrangement or changes in family systems.
(651) 433-6179
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Wendy Abbott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"Providing a Path of Inspiration, Hope, and Healing"
(651) 238-9447
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Karen Jeffords-Brown, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“People come into therapy because they want something to change in their lives--how they feel, how they relate to others, how they handle stress. I enjoy working with people who want to commit themselves to working in therapy; who have the courage to face the important issues; who want to work collaboratively with me to find the solutions to feeling better. I consider myself a guide and coach in this process as we get to know each other. It gives me great joy to watch my clients grow and change and start to enjoy life again.
(612) 840-4138
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
saint paul counseling center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
“Have you been a victim of violence or abuse? Do you try your best and continue to make the same mistakes. Does life feel overwhelming? Maybe you feel depressed or on edge all the time and don't understand why. Are you afraid of raising our kids in the same way you were raised? I can help you by giving you a safe place to talk. I understand how our past has an impact on how we view ourselves and the world around us in the present.
(651) 964-0962
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Lisa Cowley, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorders are my area of specialty. I offer one-on-one therapy and a group therapy called Living with Schizophrenia. The social services many clients benefit from (social workers, psychiatrists, etc.) are often difficult to find, and I collaborate with families, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and others to help you figure out what you need and how to get it. I also provide support for the emotional costs of the illness and help clients learn skills to manage their symptoms. Cost is usually fully covered by insurance.
(651) 448-4129 x405
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Todd Caze, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“Feeling overwhelmed? Preoccupations getting in the way? Find yourself constantly distracted? I am a licensed professional clinical counselor with a broad background in individual, family and group psychotherapy. My practice has four main specialty focuses. First, identifying adaptive ways to deal with depression. Second, overcoming anxiety related to OCD or Social concerns. Third, helping people with ADHD develop skills in organization and prioritization, distractibility delay and adaptive thinking. Finally, men's issues specifically around emotional restrictiveness, lack of intimacy and gender role conflict.
(651) 760-8602
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Jennifer Born, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I meet the client wherever they are in their process and help them reach their goals, whether it's targeting a specific behavior using brief therapy, or exploring deeper issues impacting relationships and overall well-being in longer-term therapy. By providing a warm and non-judgmental environment, clients gain the support, insight, confidence and skills to speak openly about concerns and move toward a healthier way of life.
(651) 314-1567
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Nicole Grunzke, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Areas of expertise include chemical health issues, disordered eating, interpersonal concerns, couple and family dynamics, anxiety and depression, and unresolved issues related to trauma.
(952) 314-5479
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Hamm Clinic, Psychiatrist  in Saint Paul
“Improving your life while dealing with emotional, relationship, or life problems is the goal of therapy at Hamm Clinic. Hamm Clinic is committed to a client-focused approach to mental health care characterized by: A thorough diagnostic assessment. An understanding that the relationship between client and clinician is an important part of therapy. Multi-disciplinary consultation that draws input from psychology, clinical social work and psychiatry. A judicious use of psychiatric medications. A dedication to providing mental health care that is respectful of culture. At Hamm Clinic we work together to make good care happen.
(651) 964-0958
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Sarah Pavek, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“My areas of expertise is working with adults and children who struggle with anxiety, depression, low self esteem, relationship issues, parenting issues, stress at work or school. A speciality area of mine is working with children who suffer from an extreme form of anxiety called selective mutism. I work as a team with the entire family, school and any other specialists working with the child. My office space offers a playroom and talk therapy room. I offer day and evening appointments,
(651) 674-3976
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Christine Hensgens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I specialize in working with children birth to age 10 and families. I believe all children and families have their strengths and challenges. I see my role as supporting children and families to reach their potential.
(651) 433-6374
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Britta Jabbar  in Saint Paul
“Are you or a loved one struggling to cope with physical illness or disability? Are you tired of fighting with depression or anxiety? Living well in mind, body, and spirit, is possible! Using evidence-based treatments such as mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapy, I will help you cope with illness and disability, cultivate healthy behaviors (e.g., sleep, diet, stress management), and alleviate feelings of depression and anxiety. You will be supported in identifying values and goals, developing mind-body awareness, and applying new skills to make positive changes in your life. EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE.
(651) 314-7577
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Rachel Rippel, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Feeling stuck? Looking for a proven way to feel better? If you are fed up with feeling miserable I can help you get the life you want and deserve. I have been in practice for 12 years working with adults struggling with PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, Eating Disorders, Phobias and Substance Abuse. I am committed to providing high quality evidence based treatment. I look forward to talking with you more.
(651) 644-4100 x112
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
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