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David E Shannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“In four decades of experience, I have worked with a wide variety of people, problems, and diagnoses. I specialize in alternative sexualities and lifestyles; GLBTQ issues; kink, fetish and leather; gender identity and expression; polyamory and nontraditional families; erotic writers and performers; sex workers; sex offenders; and other marginalized or difficult clients. I help people cope with chronic physical or mental illness, physical limitations, grief and loss, professional burnout. If these categories do not fit, but you are simply dealing with problems in living that we all might face, I'm happy to work with you on those as well.
(651) 964-2220
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Thomas Ellis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am here to provide hopeful, strength based therapy during times of transition. This practice is based on trust and understanding and recognizes that every individual and family is unique. Therapy is a partnership with you and your path in discovering resilience during difficult life experiences. Clients will find a safe place to create a plan for healing and growth.I have had the privilege to work with individuals, couples, families and groups for 15 years. I am proud of the book I had published, This Thing Called Grief: New Understandings of Loss, which has been well received nation wide.
(651) 433-6294
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
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
Lucy Grantz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am an Art Therapist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a commitment to being in the growth process with my clients. Whether you come to see me for Art Therapy, talk therapy, or both, I am dedicated to working with you toward healing. I work with children, adolescents and adults who may be dealing with issues such as grief, trauma, anxiety or depression and are seeking more peace within themselves. I also use Play Therapy as a way of connecting to children and assisting them with expressing emotions that lead to behavioral concerns.
(612) 294-8227
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
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
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
Free Bird Counseling and Consultation, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
“Free Bird's mission is to ensure that someone is there to support you through your unique life challenges and triumphs. Adjusting to life transitions and life changes, often cause past adverse and traumatic experiences to resurface. Psychotherapists at Free Bird are clinical social workers trained to provide psychotherapy to a wide variety of individuals, couples/partners, groups, families, and concerned others. Free Bird Psychotherapists have a keen awareness of trauma and adverse experiences.
(651) 448-4033
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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
Steve Plasch, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I believe the most important benefits of therapy are relief from painful feelings, a deeper self understanding, and confidence to pursue positive change and growth. I find that clients connect easily with my warm and understanding approach, and appreciate my calm and open style. Your trust, comfort, and privacy are of utmost importance and provide the foundation for a collaborative, supportive and meaningful relationship. Whether you are looking to gain insight into life-long patterns or simply need help with a current specific issue, my goal is to help you gain a deeper sense of peace and satisfaction with your life.
(651) 964-0953
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Mary Elizabeth Youngquist, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I specialize in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults and their families covering a range of issues. I focus on working through and solving problems that are unique to each person's perspective. I feel it important to listen to each party's concerns and get to the root of the matter with assertive yet gentle guidance. My goal is to provide a safe emotional environment for children and adolescents dealing with complex issues so that they can express their concerns and develop ways of coping with their difficulties, successfully.
(651) 642-9066
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Karla Musser, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have a deep respect for social justice issues and a strong commitment to my professional ethics. I believe if you want to heal, change or grow, anything is possible. I value sincerity, humor, self-responsibility, empowerment, experiences, and healthy relationships with one's self and others. I see therapy as a place where it is safe to explore how you made it this far, what's working, what's not working and to find creative ways for you to feel better in general.
(612) 293-0164
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55113
Shawn R Neel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Finding a therapist you connect with is the single most significant factor that determines success in therapy, so creating a relationship with a therapist who shares your worldview and understands your unique personality style is imperative. My goal in therapy is to create a space where someone can be truly understood and supported. My areas of specialty include helping gay, lesbian, and trans identified people find their voice in both their lives and in our society. I am also adept at helping individuals and couples explore and understand how childhood experiences imprint on them and impacts how they do relationships.
(612) 260-4098
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
“Using a warm, casual, active style, I help clients who are struggling with a wide variety of issues find their own way toward growth and health. In a world that typically looks at the surface, I will work with you to look at the deeper parts of yourself and your life so that you can make lasting change that moves you toward your goals. Although our past experiences have helped us shape who we are, they do not need to hold us captive; I help you focus on what is working now and how we can make it better.
(612) 802-9164
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Cindy R. Pratt, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I consider it an honor to be allowed entry into someone's life as a therapist. People come to me when some suffering or limitation has opened them up enough to ask a perfect stranger for help. My hope is to provide a safe and respectful place for them to begin to look at the various strands of their lives and stories. Then, as we unravel past and present contributions to the fabric of their lives, we can examine these threads and, with new understanding, weave them back together into a new tapestry which includes fresh possibilities.
(612) 293-0461
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Marjorie Sita, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I work with people who have a variety of emotional and mental health problems and I use clinical techniques that are best suited for the problems, and discuss and create a treatment plan together. We can reevaluate the treatment plan at any time. My specialties are: Trauma/PTSD (including Dissociation), anxiety/depression/bipolar, personality disorders, LGBT issues including gender dysphoria, grief, loss, bereavement, relationships, self-esteem, phase of life, and more. Sometimes the work is complex and takes time. Things in life often take time to occur; it takes time to to bring down old barriers and rebuild.
(715) 449-4373
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Ann Henry, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I work with adult individuals with a variety of issues, however, I specialize in treating the effects of childhood neglect and/or abuse. The impact of trauma is often profound. Pervasive and complex effects can disrupt your sense of self, your life narrative, and your ability to engage with others and the world.
(651) 309-8189
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Stephen Hjemboe, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“If you are in crisis or having a problem with a relationship, job, with depression, anxiety, fears, a past event, or with unwanted thoughts or behaviors - you may be dealing with something you haven't been able to handle effectively on your own. If you are stuck and need help to start making progress, psychotherapy can help. It can help turn a crisis into opportunity to learn, grow, and become more effective in living your life.
(651) 964-0938
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55113
Shannon Garrity, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Some say "my therapist," some say, "my paid friend," either way, most people need help with life at different times. Therapy is about learning how to live effectively and work with what you have. We all want to feel good. This is challenging at times because life, although amazing, can be hard and may involve loss, pain, or struggle. My approach is dynamic and strength-based. I integrate tenets of Eastern philosophy with Western psychology. Therapy must address the whole person, so we will work with the psychological, behavioral, emotional, and spiritual aspects of being.
(651) 964-0998
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LADC
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as licensed as a alcohol and drug counselor. My therapy approach is one of equality, not hierarchy. With my help, clients learn to identify their own answers to the difficulties they are experiencing. Humor and laughter are a consistent part of my work with clients. I see the good in clients from the minute we meet. People are not defective, they are good enough in the moment. Together, we can identify, plan, and implement ways to improve your life or create a life worth living.
(612) 223-7281
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116
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