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Psychosis Therapists in Saint Paul
Schizophrenia

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.
Psychosis
(651) 448-4129 x405
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Marie Casey Olseth, Psychiatrist  in Saint Paul
“I am a Board Certified psychiatrist treating depression, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety disorders, psychosis, insomnia, amongst other psychiatric illnesses. At your initial evaluation, I develop a treatment plan for a patient, that may include testing to rule out medical conditions that may contribute to symptoms, and treatment that may include psychiatric medication, psychotherapy or a combination of the two. I work closely with a patient's therapist to collaborate on a patient's care. I utilize medications with a gentle approach, using the least number of medications to effectively treat an illness, using minimal effective dosages to reduce side effects.
Psychosis
(952) 479-5230
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Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Jenna Hobbs, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I work with adolescents and adults as a collaborative, supportive partner to improve mental health and overall wellbeing. My therapeutic approaches integrate cognitive, behavioral, and insight-focused strategies. This warm and personal style helps clients work through ingrained and unhealthy patterns that keep them stuck in emotional distress and unfulfilling relationships. I have a mindful and holistic perspective, and emphasize integrating mind, body, and spirit in healing. I address many presenting issues in addition to welcoming concerns about physical and mental health. I am trained in clinical hypnosis, and enjoy working creatively to find effective solutions to inspire lasting change.
Psychosis
(651) 433-6404 x555
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Art of Counseling,   in Saint Paul
“I have experience with trauma, sever mental illness and life transitions. I work at my client's pace and follow the road they take in therapy. My approach is to give gentle guidance, educate, and process through art and EMDR, which is the best success for healing. The creative process, through visual art and storytelling, opens up the unconscious mind, cleansing emotional pain while giving a common universal language. I explore with the client many curiosities of the human condition. Helping to connect the behaviors that motivate us to balance our individual strengths and inherit capacity for good social interest.
Psychosis
(612) 213-2454
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55107
“As a therapist, I am an attuned and experienced companion, guide and safety net in the sometimes difficult process of growth and healing. In a warm and supportive environment, I help my clients find their paths and work toward peace and balance. I have been practicing therapy for over ten years, helping people understand themselves better and lead richer, healthier, more engaged lives. I have helped people with anxiety, depression, past trauma, life transitions, relationships, addiction/recovery, and family-of-origin issues. Please give me a call if you are interested in starting therapy or have questions about the process.
Psychosis
(651) 964-0996
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Robert Binger, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“During my years of practice, I have developed a profound sense of respect for people. I am often amazed by what individuals have been through, and I am impressed by the efforts that we all make to cope with and to overcome our difficulties. People I work with are seeking relief from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, lack of life fulfillment, difficulties in forming and maintaining satisfying intimate relationships. I can help you gain a better understanding of yourself, have a greater awareness of what has led to your difficulties and then help you mark out a new path.
Psychosis
(651) 321-2865
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Erin Brandel Dykhuizen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW
“I am Erin Brandel Dykhuizen, LCSW/LICSW. I am a clinical social worker licensed in Minnesota and in Louisiana. I provide psychotherapy to anyone in Minnesota or Louisiana via telemedicine using secure face-to-face video web conferencing. The name of my practice is Psychotherapy without the Couch. "Without the couch" means I can see you via video chat technology online. It also means that you will not be lying back, waiting for me to give you the answers to your problems. We will actively work together to address the issues that bring you to therapy.
Psychosis
(612) 260-4703
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Jerry L Blume, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LICSW
“Are your ways of coping with kids, teens, relationships, emotions, addictions not working? Having trouble at work? Are you losing hope and nothing seems to help? I offer effective, client centered therapy to help you and/or your family reach your goals as quickly as possible. I will adjust my schedule to see you as soon as possible when you call. I have a 24/7 business cell phone, 612-715-2112 so calling is the quickest way to reach me.
Psychosis
(612) 223-6409
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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.
Psychosis
(763) 244-1949
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116
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.
Psychosis
(651) 583-8226 x101
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Olga Grun, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I believe that therapy may bring emotional, cognitive and intellectual understanding of a person's well being.My approach is always selected or utilized by the need of the client and her/his level of comfort.
Psychosis
(651) 968-2109
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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.
Psychosis
(651) 964-0953
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Kristin C Kane,   in Saint Paul
“My approach as a therapist is to encourage the process of self-realization through guidance towards self-awareness and self-love. I offer a holistic approach that is collaborative, hopeful and gentle. I provide a supportive environment for self-expression to help return clients to a sense of wellness and health. I believes that through embracing creativity through art making, client's can find relief from emotional pain, gain self-understanding and insight, and heal from trauma. I helps others empower themselves to heal through compassionate presence.
Psychosis
(651) 419-3797
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Mary J Hess, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“As a psychotherapist I find it helpful to look at symptoms as signs that something in life needs to change-- that old habits, choices, or ways of coping no longer bring satisfaction or relief. Therapy explores new paths, new ways of viewing yourself or others, and provides support and direction in making changes. I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 20 years and have had extensive training in a number of disciplines: general counseling skills, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, substance abuse/dependence, and couples therapy.
Psychosis
(651) 260-1903
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Erin A Morgan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I specialize in trauma treatment and couple and family therapy. I have worked with a wide range of clients in private and public settings in the U.S., as well as internationally, teaching, supervising, and conducting research. I am trained in a variety of evidence-based treatment models and have specialized experience working with: * Survivors of traumatic events, including child abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, war, organized violence, and natural disaster; * Couples (heterosexual and same-sex) * Parents and children; * Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals * Refugees and immigrants * French speakers
Psychosis
(612) 294-9424
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Simmie J Parlow, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“Welcome! I have been helping clients grow and thrive for 20 years including at a women's psychotherapy clinic, a substance abuse center and a university counseling service. I particularly enjoy and work well with LGBTQ clients, artists, college students, people of color, clients with chemical, relationship, self-esteem, depression and anxiety issues. Because I believe that each client is unique I tailor my approach to suit your needs. While considering social/family concerns I generally use a combination of empowerment, relationship and relaxation/meditation strategies as well as techniques that will help you have a more positive outlook and image of yourself.
Psychosis
(651) 482-8467
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Denise Dworakoski, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“My style of therapy is warm and engaging, informal and interactive. I provide a safe, collaborative environment to talk about difficult issues, better understand feelings of anxiety, depression, and increase overall sense of well-being and hopefulness by developing new skills to manage stress. People have the ability to grow and change throughout their lives; and often an objective source of support can help facilitate that process. I have success in helping individuals manage their depression and anxiety so that they can function in life and restore relationships that have been suffering.
Psychosis
(612) 568-8947
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
Michael Sigrin, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“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.
Psychosis
(651) 321-2892
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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.
Psychosis
(612) 293-0461
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Stefanie Bauer, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I have worked with a variety of clients in different settings with ranging issues. I find the uniqueness of each client a pleasant experience. I believe in the quote I use as a tagline "Life is change. Growth is optional. Choose wisely." It brings up the circumstance as a fact, but also the power to create change in how we look at it and grow from our experiences. My goal is to guide clients who are looking to make positive changes in their lives, need empathy, and guidance, to aid them get to a safe and secure place.
Psychosis
(612) 223-6448
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105

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Psychosis (Schizophrenia) Therapists
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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Saint Paul you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Saint Paul and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Saint Paul or family therapy in Saint Paul.