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Therapists in Saint Paul

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
“Welcome to Hazelden's St. Paul, Minnesota campus where our treatment programs provide a community of hope and health. Our services include outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential intermediate care, structured sober housing, and outpatient mental health services. Our programs address the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of alcohol and drug addiction allowing individuals to return to work and family as they continue to heal.
(866) 957-4474
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Sheena O'Brien, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Are you struggling with anxiety or depression and would like to make changes in your life? Have you been faced with transitions such as relocating, career shift, or relationship struggles? Leaving a partner or community can be painful and isolating. By working together in a supportive environment we can find positive solutions to life's problems. I enjoy providing therapy for clients with anxiety and depression, as well as assisting young adults with life transitions such as relationships, colleges, and housing. I believe that honesty and a sense of humor create positive relationships. I have Saturday appointments available.
(651) 433-6158
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Ryan Dean, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“As a Licensed Psychologist, my professional approach encourages a person's strengths, inherent resilience, and individual differences that contribute to personal development and meaningfulness. My previous experiences include providing psychotherapy services to a diverse range of individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of settings, from college counseling and career assessment centers to community mental health and specialty clinics. I earned both a Master's and Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Minnesota, and I completed my Pre-doctoral Internship at the University of Michigan and Post-doctoral Fellowship at The Emily Program.
(651) 968-3644
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116
“As an experienced and mature therapist, I value client privacy, confidentiality and respect. I attempt to be non-judgmental and prefer a more interactive, intellectual & therapeutic environment. I value honesty and integrity and ultimately encourage clients to expand their personal vision and awareness. I make suggestions, but don't tell people what to do. I place significant emphasis on the client's ability to make their own decisions, and take responsibility for them. I make referrals when appropriate and encourage assigned readings. I will suggest psychological testing when necessary.
(612) 223-7559
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
“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
MidWest Center, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Saint Paul
“Persons who decide to participate in therapy are often looking for a change in their lives. Often, too, there is a disconnect between how they see themselves and the way they are seen or treated by others. With this i n mind, I believe it is helpful for persons to see themselves accurately which can be therapeutic; you can esteem someone once you know them well. Self-esteem underlies andy good relationship.
(952) 955-4248
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Kerry Mcintyre-lee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“My work is guided by the philosophy that within every individual lies the capability to overcome whatever obstacles they may be facing. I work with couples, families, teens and adolescents on a variety of issues. I often work with couples that are having problems in their relationships whether in their sex lives, around financial issues, or feeling emotionally disconnected from their partner. I also have significant experience working with teens on a variety of issues ranging from frequent fighting with their parents to substance abuse to teen pregnancy and parenting.
(651) 433-6420
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Whole Heart Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
“I lead a Mindfulness Skills for Anxiety and Depression Group.
(651) 314-3649
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
“*Thank you for visiting. * *It has been an honor for 20+ years to help individuals and couples discover what brings them a sense of joy and well-being. *Life transitions(marriage, pregnancy, birth, relationship change)are confusing but are also opportunities for positive growth. Using these transitions for growth prevents damage to ourselves and relationships. *You are unique. My approach is tailored to what works best for you. *We deserve to be happy,accepting of ourselves, free of obstacles, such as feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, fearful, guilty or shameful. *When we understand our feelings, and clarify our priorities and values, solutions follow easily.
(512) 842-6082
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Nicole Heffron, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Do you want change but don't know where to begin? Perhaps your are unhappy with your relationships. Maybe you feel your past interferes in your life but have felt too scared to "go there." Maybe depression and anxiety are a part of your daily life. I know where to start. My first step is to create a safe place where you can learn to do things differently, where you can flourish instead of survive.
(651) 760-0073
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
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
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
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
Alison Mellin, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Therapy provides the time and space to reflect and gain insight into past and present experiences, thoughts, and feelings. In my practice I create a warm and accepting environment where people feel safe and supported expressing and exploring their emotions, telling their stories, and growing personally and emotionally. Using an integrated approach based on the specific needs of each person, the focus is building upon existing strengths and adding new coping skills while reducing distress.
(651) 321-2896
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Jeffrey Raich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Do you feel less-than? Like others are better looking, smarter, or more well-off? Do you have a hard time looking people in the eyes? Do you wonder if you'll ever get that promotion, partner, or just a break from your own feelings of humiliation, embarrassment, or shyness? If you ever feel these ways, you may be suffering from shame. Shame can be debilitating and may be experienced as shyness, embarrassment, anxiety, or depression. If you are experiencing any of these feelings, I can help.
(651) 964-0956
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Faye Foote  in Saint Paul
“I offer person-centered therapy for children, adolescents and adults. My belief is that a strong therapeutic relationship develops within a warm, empathetic, and accepting environment, allowing clients to experience meaningful personal growth and change.
(612) 315-8181
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
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
Mary S White, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I serve individual adults and adolescents who are seeking either in depth counseling (mental health, addictions, grief and loss, trauma) or life coaching (stress prevention, communication skills, achieving greater ease and satisfaction in life, relationships and work). I also help couples resolve differences, improve communication and achieve greater intimacy. My approach is universal and useful for anyone who desires more peace of mind in daily life.
(612) 294-7316
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Fran Osteen Stawarz, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Choosing a therapist isn't easy. Therapy is a very unique relationship, and you have to find someone who is a good fit for you. Many of my clients have tried therapy before and felt let down, misunderstood or unable to connect with the therapist. I can't claim to connect with everyone, but I have great respect for people who stuggle with emotional problems and work hard to be helpful from the perspective of your world and your experience.
(651) 300-0956
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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