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Therapists in Minneapolis

Tom Glaser, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“"Tom is a light in the dark and an empowering resource. I have never been more satisfied by conversation than when talking with him." ~a former client. *ATTENDING: So I can fully understand, first and foremost I listen deeply and whole heartedly. *GOAL SETTING: I shuttle between what I hear you saying is happening now and how you want your life to be different. *CHANGING: As you try new behaviors, I help with 1. Increasing helpful thoughts and behaviors--and reducing unhelpful ones. 2. Celebrating successes. My aim is to help you achieve your goals and reach your highest potential.
(612) 564-4289
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Comfort Belbas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“You and I work together to help you; and we begin with whatever you may be wondering about in your life. Sometimes we all need careful listening from someone who's not friend or family. Through 15+ years of training, study and life experience I provide a welcoming and confidential atmosphere allowing you to explore vulnerable or difficult issues. My style is supportive and non-judgemental. Sometimes my clients work on issues that are longstanding; many clients have new realizations. I draw from different theoretical backgrounds - primarily a broad social perspective and an understanding based in attachment and psychodynamic theory.
(612) 260-4654
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Rowan Buckley, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Everyone gets stuck. My job is to help you see doors and windows where you once saw walls. People come to see me because they are looking to solve problems, to think about different ways to communicate, find alternatives to frustration. Many come to talk about transitions - those that come from achievement - like a great (but difficult) job, adult kids leaving home (or not!) or transitions necessitated by accidents or illness. They come because healing can be easier and faster when talk therapy is added. People come to better understand their relationships. All stay because they can feel me listen.
(612) 568-0643
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Walk Talk Therapy, LLC Tammie Rosenbloom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Walk Talk Therapy is just like it sounds-we are outdoors walking side by side during therapy instead of sitting inside an office. Walk Talk Therapy is a more relaxed environment than the counseling office. Walking while sharing your struggles and life situations can also be meditative. Research has consistently shown that exercise can significantly impact anxiety and stress while improving overall mood. I work with teens, adults, couples and families. If your feeling stuck and disconnected from others, you have trouble sitting still or you want a new perspective, I welcome your email or phone call.
(612) 260-4827
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Doug Petrie, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I have over ten years of experience providing therapy services, and offer a warm, empathetic, gentle, collaborative, and relational approach to my work. I like to meet clients where they are at in their journey and build on their strengths.
(612) 260-9248 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Angela Delfiacco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work from a strength based perspective using an integrative approach. I invite those who seek therapy that is spiritually integrative and holistic in nature. I also incorporate skill based interventions such as cognitive behavior therapy and solution focused interventions for these seeking a more traditional path in psychotherapy. I rely on developmental and systemic theories to guide my practice.
(612) 223-7456
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Jen Rives Therapy & Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
“Are you having trouble holding onto yourself while in a relationship? In the middle of some difficult changes? Struggling with depression and anxiety? As an individual, are you experiencing some of the following: difficulties creating boundaries and standing up for yourself? Low self esteem? Confusion? As a couple, are your experiencing conflict, misunderstanding, or feel that you're growing apart and need some support? Life and relationships can sometimes be painful. However, life's pain can be a CATALYST for positive growth and empowerment! Whether you are looking for individual or couples counseling, together we will garner insight, process emotions, and practice new behaviors.
(612) 360-2485
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Merra Young, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LMFT
“I specialize in integrative psychotherapy: mindfulness-based, mindbodyspirit, body-centered and eclectic approaches into work with individuals and couples. I have over 30 years experience in psychotherapy and meditation. I see the wholeness in others. i bring a compassionate presence, create a safe space, non-judgemental environment in which to support clients to explore issues, heal, integrate and grow. Primary issues: life transitions, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, womens' issues, relationships,spirituality, life balance/stress, recovery. I teach mindfulness-based stress reduction and provide supervision/ consultation. Private practice; founder of Rivers' Way Meditation Center, board member Midwest Meditation and Psychotherapy Institute.
(612) 255-6221
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Katrin Christensen-Cowan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CYT
“Do you struggle with feeling alone, even when you're surrounded by people? Do you carry around a weight and imagine what it might feel like to have that weight lifted? You can feel more connected to others. You can find a sense of peace and ease within yourself. I would be glad to help you get there.
(612) 326-5809
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Molly Perry, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“As a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, my goal is to support you in making changes that give your life more joy and meaning. Whether you are dealing with infertility, adoption, depression, anxiety, or parenting struggles, I am here to support you and to help you identify patterns that are not working for you and help you to grow in the areas that we identify. I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
(612) 345-9503
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Maris Gilbert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in infant and early childhood mental health. I have 15 years experience working with individual adults, children ages 0-6 and the adults who care for them, and with school age children. I use art therapy, play therapy and family therapy to support healing and growth addressing issues including emotional regulation, developmental concerns, depression, anxiety,anger,parenting, attachment,divorce, trauma, domestic violence, out of home placement and adoption.
(612) 360-2486
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Kenwood Therapy Center, Treatment Facility  in Minneapolis
“Kenwood Therapy Center was established in 2000 to provide comprehensive individual, couple and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Over the past fourteen years, Kenwood Therapy Center has grown to house thirteen full and part-time therapists offering a range of specialties. The staff works from a Narrative Therapy base to develop insight into the stories of the client's life. The team members also draw from their varied experience and research on the best ideas of current theories and practices in the field. As the practice grows and changes, Kenwood Therapy Center still holds to its core objective to help its clients re-author life's narratives. Kenwood Therapy Center uses Narrative ideas and approaches as the foundation for work at the Center. Narrative Therapy is a growing set of ethically based and innovative therapy practices that recognize that people use narrative (or story) to make meaning in their lives and construct their identities. Accordingly, people can change their lives and identities.
(612) 294-7442 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Chris Bedford, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My work at the Clinic for Attention, Learning, and Memory centers around helping people learn more effectively, whether they are children in a school setting or adults in the workplace. I specialize in the identification and treatment of problems with executive functioning. The ability to pay attention and remember things is integral to learning and working. If you are easily distracted, have difficulty focusing your attention, suffer from a poor memory, or struggle to learn new things, you may benefit from a comprehensive assessment. Some individuals also benefit from counseling or coaching, and others benefit from Cogmed Working Memory Training.
(612) 246-3813
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Kristine Lynn Martin, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“I provide compassionate guidance to clients seeking greater balance, self-acceptance and tools for managing personal challenges. I specialize in working with people from a multi-disciplinary approach, fostering collaborative therapeutic experiences with individuals, couples and families. I support clients in creating an internal awareness of where their pain has gotten stuck, emotionally and physically. Sometimes our fear of the pain can keep us in a place of suffering. I approach therapy from a strength based perspective; believing that our wounds are often the openings to the best and the most beautiful part of ourselves.
(612) 255-6589
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
David Archibald MacNaughton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LMFT, LADC
“My intention as a pastoral counselor is to provide a safe and respectful space in which together we can explore, in a creative way, solutions to your challenges. I take my cue from you and follow your lead. I am most curious about your experience as reflected in your ideas, emotions, memories, dreams, and behaviors. Together we can discover the range of resources, both internal and external that you can draw on for meeting life's challenges.
(612) 424-5695 x221
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Derek Prowe, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“As a therapist for individuals and couples, I provide a safe setting to develop self-awareness and understanding, and to explore a wider range of emotions. In my view, people have an innate drive to heal and develop, and some wisdom about how to go about this. But there are obstacles, and becoming aware of and finding ways to handle these obstacles can be a complex process. I am able to offer weekend and evening appointments.
(612) 568-0468
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
“I specialize in forensic (legal) evaluations. I most often work with individuals involved in some aspect of the legal system. I have broad-based experience in competency and diminished capacity evaluations, assessment of mentally ill and dangerous persons, and violence risk assessment. Most of my referrals come from attorneys, though I encourage potential clients to contact me to discuss my services. My fees are based on the specific aspects of the referral and are considered quite reasonable.
(612) 568-5958
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Kirsten Clark Rewey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couple, family and group therapy settings. I have experience with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief, trauma, relationship difficulties, school related issues, parenting, postpartum, and mothering related issues. My background includes working in a center for teens and families in crisis, a family county program and K-12 school settings offering mental health services and education.
(612) 260-6821 x1
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
Marya Samuelson, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“My goal as your therapist is first and most importantly to get to know you. I am also open to you getting to know me so that you can feel understood and safe with me. I work best with people who are ready to look more deeply into what is causing their distress. I have a special interest in adjustment phases which can include marriages that have gone flat, parenting shifts and even family of origin or work changes. Together we find what you are repeating so that you can find better ways to adjust.
(952) 236-1566
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Matthew Paymar, Counselor  in Minneapolis
“My approach to therapy is informed primarily by psychodynamic principles. The emphasis is on creating a safe, supportive environment in which to explore and develop insights into underlying feelings and thoughts. Together we will uncover deeply held assumptions that, although may have been useful at one time, today reinforce ways of coping in the world that are no longer effective or relevant. Through guidance in therapy, a person learns that there are a range of options for solving problems that previously were unknown, felt out of reach, or were avoided due to an internal conflict.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
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