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Chronic Pain Therapists in Saint Paul
Fibromyalgia

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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 314-7577
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Gayle Sherman Crandell, Counselor  in Saint Paul
“I've had the honor of journeying with hundreds of people over the last 25 years who are facing difficult life transitions. I value people's strengths, experience, knowledge and dreams in THEIR counseling, and I believe deeply that we all can change in profound ways.
Chronic Pain
(612) 564-4215
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 583-8444
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
“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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 433-6872
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Jennifer Mattson  in Saint Paul
“Procrastinating on finding a healthy you? Feel like you are constantly trying to achieve a healthy you, but with frustrating results? Stop repeating the same sabotaging behaviors - let's get to the bottom of it so you can live a healthy and happy life. I specialize in helping my clients achieve both emotional and physical health, as I believe it is difficult to fully achieve one without the other. My clients describe me as a straightforward, down to earth therapist. I don't believe in sugar coating things, but rather let's cut out the fluff and get you to feeling better physically and emotionally.
Chronic Pain
(651) 565-7120
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, ADCR-MN, LADC
“At New Perspectives Therapy you will find a skilled, experienced licensed alcohol and drug counselor, with a M.A. in Marriage and Family therapy.I work from a relational perspective. I focus on how you're thinking, attitudes and beliefs may be keeping you stuck in place you don't want to be. I work from a combination of approaches and theories to help you reach your goals. I believe all of us deserve to live our life to the fullest. I take great pride and passion in helping my clients reach theirs.
Chronic Pain
(612) 260-4634
Office is near:
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
Alexandra Michele Stillman, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I provide therapy to individuals ages 18 and older and couples. I specialize in helping people cope with stressful life situations ranging from chronic pain and illness to marital distress and work conflicts. My primary area of focus is Health Psychology. I help clients cope with the emotional impact of a wide range of medical concerns from neurological disorders and infertility to terminal illnesses and the end of life. I work closely with physicians to help my clients understand the relationship between physical and emotional health. I also work with healthcare providers (physicians, nurses, firefighters, interns...) who are experiencing emotional distress.
Chronic Pain
(651) 560-3390
Office is near:
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.
Chronic Pain
(612) 217-4994
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
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.
Chronic Pain
(612) 260-4703
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Kathie Bailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“When life is hard or confusing, you need a kind, steady guide with lots of experience, who can listen deeply and respond in a way that really helps. I can help you feel better--connect more to yourself and others, resolve issues, develop a positive relationship with your body, bring more love to your life, and take steps to achieve your goals. Does it seem like life keeps bringing up issues these days and putting them right in front of you? It can feel overwhelming. You want to handle it differently this time, but you're not sure how.
Chronic Pain
(612) 568-6986
Office is near:
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Karen Jeffords-Brown, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“People come into therapy because they want something to change in their lives--how they feel, how they relate to others, how they handle stress. I enjoy working with people who want to commit themselves to working in therapy; who have the courage to face the important issues; who want to work collaboratively with me to find the solutions to feeling better. I consider myself a guide and coach in this process as we get to know each other. It gives me great joy to watch my clients grow and change and start to enjoy life again.
Chronic Pain
(612) 840-4138
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Jennie C Yngsdahl, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“I offer my clients a compassionate, creative, and collaborative approach in their healing work. I use psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and integrative therapies encouraging my clients to find meaning in their life's journey and struggles as well as find new ways to care for the self. Although I am a generalist when it comes to working with a variety of diverse clients and issues, I also believe strongly in the mind/body connection and help my clients find ways to reconnect and find balance in their lives. This is especially helpful when dealing with grief, relationship issues, life transitions, or trauma.
Chronic Pain
(651) 760-8764
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 728-7331
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
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.
Chronic Pain
(612) 223-7630
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
River City Clinic,   in Saint Paul
“Are you feeling overwhelmed with life? We'd like to help. The good news is that you really can feel better. Our collective expertise, professional history and body of knowledge distinguishes us from other practices. With your relationship to River City Clinic, you have access to a full range of services. The choices in therapists, specialities, and styles of approach provides a full array of options for individual's, couples or family's needs. With just one phone call you can: be informed on your choices, schedule an appointment (if urgent, within 24-48 hours), and review payment options.
Chronic Pain
(651) 728-6223
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 482-8467
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.
Chronic Pain
(612) 293-0461
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Anna Sterk, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saint Paul
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“We never stop growing and evolving as people, but sometimes we all need help knowing the best way to move forward. I believe that one of the most important aspects of our evolution is to learn how to be in relationship with ourselves and those around us. Consequently, my therapeutic perspective is deeply based in thinking about the systems and context that my clients are in currently, as well as those that they have come from, and that shape their experiences. I am committed to supporting individuals, couples, and families in this process, and in learning more about themselves.
Chronic Pain
(612) 260-7591
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
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.
Chronic Pain
(651) 760-0073
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Minnesota Center for Psychology, Psychologist  in Saint Paul
“At Minnesota Center for Psychology, we offer comprehensive mental health services for children, adolescents and adults, as well as couples and families. We are committed to providing the best quality care in an environment that fosters integrity, respect, hope, health, and learning. If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, family conflict, work or relationship issues, grief, sadness, body image issues, sleep problems, suicidal thoughts, trauma, low motivation, restlessness, communication issues, post-partum depression or anxiety, LGBT or gender identity issues, life transitions mood swings, shame, anger, parenting or behavioral issues, our highly trained and experienced clinicians can help!
Chronic Pain
(651) 383-4569
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114

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Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with chronic pain in Saint Paul or for a Saint Paul chronic pain Therapist, these professionals provide chronic pain treatment, chronic pain management and chronic back pain treatment. They include chronic pain Therapists in Saint Paul, chronic pain psychologosists, chronic pain anorexia and chronic pain counselors. A Therapist can help with chronic back pain in Saint Paul, chronic neck pain, chronic pain syndrome, pain management and pain relief. They are skilled at helping with fibromyalgia. Therapists use various techniques to help relieve pain in Saint Paul.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Saint Paul have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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.