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Jeffrey Lee Hupf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MDiv, LAMFT
“Few things consume us, bring us joy, and break our hearts like marriage, family, and couple relationships. When things go wrong or get off track, the emotional pain is often unlike anything we've experienced before and we can find ourselves acting in ways that surprise even ourselves. Depression, irritability, edginess, worry, hurt feelings can set in and take on a life of their own. Even in those marriages or romantic partnerships that are 90% great, that remaining 10% can threaten to ruin our perspective and even make us ponder a break-up or a divorce. Thankfully, it can get better.
(952) 314-9126
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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
Heidi C. Schelling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, LCSW
“The journey toward self-understanding and compassion begins in collaboration. In this discovery of life it is understandable that at times one experiences painful and difficult emotions. Have you ever thought, "Why am I having these painful emotions?" "Why am I depressed, anxious or overeating?" By asking tough questions, you will explore how painful internal experiences are manifesting. As you access and understand issues beneath symptoms, your journey toward healing begins. Entering deeper into life experiences through exploring conscious and unconscious processes, you will enhance personal growth. Through self-exploration, the therapeutic process, opportunites for transformaion awaits you.
(612) 223-7381
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Sara Anne Cosgrove, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“You're not crazy!! Relationships are hard and they require hard work. They can also be extremely rewarding and worth all the work. Therapy is quite similar. Do you need help to bring the spark back into your marriage? Heal your relationship after an affair? Work through painful or traumatic memories? Help coping with family life cycle transitions? Develop better communication? It is my job as your therapist to support you in achieving these goals by encouraging and respectfully challenging you in order to create the change you are seeking through therapy.
(952) 314-5473
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Leslie Hong, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“Are you wondering if your life may benefit from therapy? Consider taking some time for you. I will honor our work together and help you live at your best. Since 2006, I have counseled people in normal life transitions, and people with concerns they had thought were too big or too shameful to share. I will always focus on your needs and help you access your own strengths.
(651) 968-2744
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Scott A Fischer, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I help my clients by helping them to understand themselves better. In the process, they are able to find ways to be happier, more effective, and better able to solve their problems. I am comfortable with a number of approaches to therapy. Regardless of the specific approach, I help by providing keys to self-knowledge, warmth, respect, and honesty. I'm able to listen to things that are hard to talk about, tell you things that are hard to hear, and build hope in the process.
(651) 964-0965
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
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
Robert Cowle, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Do you at times feel overwhelmed by worry or sadness, troubled relationships, or painful memories? Uncertain about what steps to take? My goal is to help you find your way to your strongest and best self. I've been a practicing psychotherapist since 1987. Over the years I have developed specialty areas in anxiety, depression, anger, and relationship issues. However, I do not believe that any client can simply be reduced to a problem category or diagnosis. I am continually amazed at the uniqueness of each of my clients. Each client deserves respect and compassion for the distress they are experiencing.
(651) 968-4002 x560
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Robert Binger, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I specialize in working with women and men that are seeking help in trying to live their lives in ways that are congruent with their values and who they truly are. I strive to provide a safe environment where we can explore areas of your life that are difficult or may block you from where you want to be. I will help you capitalize on your strengths and assist you in gaining a better understanding of your difficulties. Ultimately, we can discover together what works best for you in creating a more satisfying life.
(651) 321-2865
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
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
The Creative Youth Practice  in Saint Paul
“If you or your loved one is hurting, it's time to find hope, encouragement, and answers. Everyone experiences ups and downs in life. We are here to help you get through the storm so that you and your loved ones can move beyond the struggles you are facing. Come in for a free consultation to meet us and get an idea of how we work. We treat a range of issues, from individuals to relationships and families. We also provide pre-marital assessment and counseling through the well-known program, Prepare & Enrich. Now also offering convenient in-home therapy.
(612) 223-7379
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Shoshana Koch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Seeking relief and support is the first step to true healing. We will collaborate to help you explore what you need to create a fuller life as you define it. Talking about your experience and establishing meaningful goals is an intergral part of change. My hope is that people experience their personal worth and the power of recovery through therapy. Common issues that I work with include depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, chemical dependency, and eating disorders.
(651) 538-1514
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Greg H. Meyer, MA, LP, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Prior to my eighteen years as a therapist and psychologist, I worked in the business world in retail sales, management, and company ownership. These life experiences enhance my ability to both understand and empathize with my clients in many of their daily problems. You may be experiencing overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression, anger and low self-esteem. I can work with you to help manage your feelings and create a plan to address your circumstances. You deserve to live a happy and fulfilling life. I invite you to visit my web site www.gregmeyermalp.com to begin that journey.
(651) 314-4792 x1
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Alex J. Marie, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Finding the courage to seek help is a sign of strength. In therapy, I encourage clients to tap into and develop internal resources, to increase a sense of confidence, self-compassion and self-acceptance. We work together to help bring awareness to areas of strength as well as areas of difficulty, to help you find solutions that work for you. If you are struggling with stress, anxiety, trauma, grief/loss, depression, parenting or relationship issues, please feel free to call and discuss your concerns. Together we can determine if therapy could be helpful to you.
(952) 314-5520
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116
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
Karen A. Stevensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MDiv, LLC
“Do you feel upset and spend a lot of time worrying about what to do? Do you feel like you're not good enough? Does your past effect today? All of us need support to work through the issues we face in life. It's too hard to feel all alone and scared. I make a safe place for you to work through issues and figure out what to do. I share my knowledge and tools from working with people for 30 years. It takes courage to ask for help. I'll try to get you in as soon as possible.
(612) 293-5043
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Linda Rodgers, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“People coming to see me have one thing in common: a need to tell their stories. These may include depression, relationship issues, life changes or long-standing emotional pain. I provide a safe place to talk openly and be listened to with care and expertise. I've worked in private practice, community mental health, college and university settings for over 40 years. I welcome people with a wide variety of issues. I specialize in chronic illnesses such as Fibromyalgia, MS, cancer, and conditions not yet diagnosed; loss, grief, and trauma. I offer compassion, warmth and a sense of humor in a welcoming, comfortable office.
(651) 583-8444
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Anne Delmont, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you feeling stuck in some area of your life? Do you need help understanding why certain things keep happening? Are you struggling in relationships, feeling depressed or uncertain about your future? If you agreed with any of these questions, therapy can help guide you to the answers you need to move forward in life. My role as a therapist is to support your personal journey of self discovery and healing. I view the therapeutic process as collaborative, respectful and empowering and use a strengths based perspective to help clients make sense of personal challenges.
(612) 867-1215
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
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
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
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