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Therapists in Saint Paul

Rae E Hoesing, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“In collaboration with you, I provide practical guidance, support, and compassion to understand what might be helpful. I will gently and consistently challenge you to effectively change and move towards a meaningful and purposeful life.
(612) 223-7630
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
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
Brenda Kittilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW, LADC
“I strongly believe in taking a strengths-based, resilience approach, and in looking for the positive. I am an experienced, licensed mental health therapist, and a chemical dependency counselor. I work with individuals, couples, and families regarding a wide range of issues. I take an individualized, collaborative approach tailored to the needs of the client. Issue areas include: adjustment, grief and loss, relationships, parenting, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, Bipolar disorder, trauma and PTSD, addictions, and dual disorders. I believe in taking a Systems approach in working with couples and families. I find the work of Dr. John Gottman to be especially helpful in overcoming "gridlock."
(651) 433-6882
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55125
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
Greg A. Stern, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I truly enjoy my work and the clients with whom I work. I believe a good connection between the client and therapist is one of the most valuable parts of successful therapy. Therefore, I encourage people to "shop around" until they find a good fit. I am non-judgmental and my work tends to be informal yet goal directed. I work with individuals (12 and up), couples, and families. I have experience working with adolescents, young adults and parents on communication, transitional and relationship issues. In addition, I have special training and experience helping people cope with health-related issues.
(651) 728-7331
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT, LADC, EMDR, Trained
“We are influenced by all our experiences throughout our lives from the moment we enter this world. Improving our lives starts by healing emotional wounds, examining our automatic thoughts and beliefs, and changing the patterns that no longer serve us. The healthier we are emotionally and the better we understand ourselves, the more satisfying our relationships and life will be. Personal and relational happiness is obtainable. Sometimes we just need a little help to get there. I would be honored to help you become the person you want to be.
(651) 252-1483
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Janet T Thomas, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I have been in private practice since 1991 and have previously worked in medical, rehabilitation, college counseling, and community mental health settings. I know that asking for help is not easy. Trusting someone you don't know with very personal information requires a leap of faith. Understandably, you may want to know what to expect, should you decide to work with me. Initially, I will work to identify the particular issues that you want to address and then collaborate with you to develop goals and strategies. Throughout the process, I will listen carefully, drawing out particular material for discussion and presenting new information to help you see yourself and your choices with a new perspective. I will suggest possible courses of action, recognizing that only you can decide whether to follow any suggestions that come from the counseling process.
(651) 291-2737
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Stacey Flogel-Stillmunkes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
“I truly believe that all human beings have the ability to be mentally well; however, I recognize there are situations and/or relationships that can affect the human spirit deeply, guiding you to believe you are damaged, unlovable, or mentally unwell. It is my passion to guide people back to seeing themselves and life through a more positive lens where hope can be awakened. I have experience working with a variety of issues people commonly struggle with. I believe all people are affected by life's issues differently, however we all have one thing in common: the ability to be well.
(651) 583-5907
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Kelly Semler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you struggling with something going on in your life? Having trouble with a relationship? Feeling alone? Like no one understands you? Down, depressed, anxious? I can help you make the changes necessary to bring peace and joy into your life. The thought of therapy can be a scary thing, but it doesn't have to be. I provide space that allows you to feel supported, not judged. I work from a strength-based perspective, helping you to better understand where you have been and where you want to be. Together we'll develop goals for you to work toward.
(651) 927-8159
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Sandra Keyes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you a survivor of sexual trauma? Is it affecting your sleep, your interaction with others, your outlook on life? Often these events can have a significant impact on how we view ourselves and the world around us. Nightmares, risky behaviors, problems in relationships, and even depression and/or anxiety are some of the after effects suffered by many. I have worked with survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse for 15 years. I believe healing can take place and am here to help.
(651) 433-6318
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
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
Anxiety Management, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I specialize in treating persons with social anxiety and panic disorder. Do you fear so much what others think of you that you avoid them? Do you dread speaking in front of others at work or school? Are you ever overwhelmed with an urgent need to escape in a crowded place such as a mall? Fears can be highly individualized and may seem 'odd'. Clients may dread leaving home. They may be afraid of fainting, 'going crazy', or even dying. In therapy, we will work together to overcome your fears, attain your personal and professional goals and improve your overall lifestyle.
(651) 602-0334
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Jennifer J Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I welcome individuals (teens and adults), couples and families. I specialize in developmental trauma, grief and loss, PTSD, anxiety and depression. I am trained in EMDR and MBSR. I also use interventions from somatic and sensorimotor psychotherapy to help clients achieve mastery over their symptoms and create a renewed sense of well being. My office is conveniently located in the Merriam Park Neighborhood of St. Paul.
(651) 964-0971
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Alan Hunt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"I thought it was I alone who suffered. I went on top of the house, and found every house on fire." -Baba Sheikh Farid. Pain is a part of life and we all experience it. Pain often leads to suffering and the anguish of suffering can be paralyzing. It can be isolating. It keeps us from doing things we desire to do in life. It's been said that pain is inevitable but suffering is optional.
(952) 373-0568
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
John Mischke, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Perhaps you are feeling blocked within yourself or in a relationship. Whether it's depression, anxiety, grief, past trauma, or a need for greater awareness or skills, you'll find that I'm a good listener and an experienced guide. Give a call.
(651) 728-8555
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Megan Sigmon-Olsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have the awesome privilege of getting to work with teens and families all day long. I often meet teens who are uncomfortable with the idea of going to therapy. If your teen works with me, I will work closely with them to ensure that therapy with me isn't uncomfortable. I read teens well & will work hard to help your teen have a positive therapy experience. Teens are accepted in my practice for who they are in the world & they have told me that this acceptance is helpful to them during a time of intense growth & change.
(763) 244-1949
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Jill LeBlond, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
Psychologist, PsyD, LP
“What do you want for the New Year? Aren't you tired of being miserable, depressed, sad, anxious, or just simply being unhappy with your life? Let this be your season to change and learn how to be happy and content. How about learning to do things differently so that you just don't keep creating the same dynamics. I am a down-to-earth, straight-forward psychologist. I am well versed in treating a wide variety of disorders and mental health issues and I am comfortable working with individuals from a variety of professions. I look forward to hearing from you.
(651) 583-8226 x101
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Adam Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hi, I'm Adam. Therapist shopping can be difficult! Some general info about me: I have a psychodynamic orientation (which means I believe that the relationship between the therapist and you is an important part of the process). My work is informed by buddhist ideas (i.e., most suffering comes from attachment to something). I like to use humor and poetry in therapy. In the end, I believe we need to feel some sense of connection with the person we are working with, so I encourage you to "shop" until you find the person who feels right to you.
(651) 968-2243
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
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