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Therapists in Minneapolis

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
Megan Plumstead, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Times of stress, worry, and dissatisfaction can make it doubly difficult to function effectively, think clearly, or feel at peace. Yet I believe these times, when we're knocked off balance, can be some of the most fertile periods of a person's life. It is through these experiences that we can learn our limits, understand what's getting in our way, and gain greater clarity.
(612) 294-8395
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
Jamy Rae Zubich,   in Minneapolis
“I really love helping people learn to practice new ways of thinking and being in the world and in their relationships. Our need to stay busy in our minds and in our bodies in order to escape difficult feelings creates depression and anxiety and keeps us from healing. I help people slow down and learn how to make a genuine connection to their inner selves and begin to find safe ways to heal. I am strong in my work with mindfulness, however I use a variety of ways to help people move toward the intentions they have in their lives.
(612) 223-7410
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
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
Carolyn G Halliday, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Experienced, warm, competent therapist with over 25 years of working with individuals, couples, and groups. Discover inner awareness, insight, action and change. Although directive in my approach, I believe each person holds the key to their healing. Much work in therapy involves the interplay of core emotional beliefs, usually learned early in life, with current problems or behavior. Couples work usually focuses on building emotional connection, negotiating daily differences, and understanding how core issues may have an impact on interpersonal dynamics. I love working with both individuals and couples.
(651) 456-8421
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Leslie Root, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, Couples, Coach, EMDR
“I love helping people grow to their full potential and unlock their true selves. Through therapy change is possible and people can overcome hardships they may not have believed were possible. True intimacy and love is possible for all of us. My passion is helping others get in touch with the unlimited love available to them. Most of what we believe about ourselves and our lives is solidified by the time we turn 8 years of age. Our belief about what we can do and our worth is stunted by the world and people around us.
(651) 356-8476
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
Kerry Aikman, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“My goal as a therapist is to offer my clients a relationship that is safe, empowering, and collaborative. Together, we will explore and understand your unique struggles and obstacles to greater self-awareness and personal growth. Through the therapy process, I help my clients more effectively cope with the demands of their lives. At the same time, I help them develop a greater understanding of the underlying causes and patterns that contribute to the stress in their lives.
(612) 223-7505
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, PhD, LMFT
“I am comfortable using individual, couples and family therapy to help people work through a wide range of issues, ranging from depression and anxiety to relationship and family issues. Every client's situation is unique, so I attend to their unique contexutal factors, and focus on their strengths to help promote growth and solutions to problems.
(612) 999-2664
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Jeffrey A Brown, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“I have had the opportunity to work with many men and women who have come to therapy for relief of painful feelings, resolution of old wounds, improvement of intimacy in their relationships and help with specific problems in living. I utilize various forms of therapy that are individualized for each client's needs and strengths. I coach, educate, confront, support, nudge and explore.
(612) 618-6087
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Steven Wickelgren, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My approach is solution focused and client centered. I am use to "patching up" clients so they can continue with their mission but I will work with clients to heal and improve to the degree desired by the client. I am sensitive, honest, and direct with my clients. I also love working with relationships and helping couples with their struggles. I have worked extensively with law enforcement officers or the families of officers since 2001. I retired from law enforcement myself in 2014 working half of my career on the street and the other half counseling mostly that population.
(952) 373-8423
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Geneva H, Adams, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“When you are ready for change in yourself or your life, I would like to help you achieve your goals. We can develop a plan to proceed in an effective direction for you. I emphasize the importance of identifying and building upon strengths as well as addressing problem resolution. My approach involves addressing the unique needs of the individual or couple, which may include physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Some of the therapeutic methods I employ include cognitive-behavioral therapy, clinical hypnosis, relaxation/visualization techniques, self-image psychology, art therapy, philosophy, creative journaling, and psychodynamic theory.
(612) 208-6603
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Larry G. Tucker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Larry is the owner and co-founder of Kente Circle. He identifies himself as a relational therapist and believes that isolation is a major cause of mental illness and the cure for this disease lies within relationships. Larry enjoys helping individuals, couples and families navigate life's challenges. He believes that everyone has strength that can aid them at their lowest moments in life. His approach is grounded in focusing on each person's strengths.
(612) 208-9646
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409
John N. O'Neil, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“Please see my website for information regarding my training background and specialty areas of my practice.
(612) 223-6568
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
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
Sara Schwatken  in Minneapolis
“Welcome! I am an integrative therapist with a dual focus on alleviating current, distressing symptoms and working toward life-long changes to improve the overall quality of your life. I enjoy getting to know you as a whole individual and feel developing the therapeutic relationship can create a safe and supportive environment so that you can feel completely comfortable to get your needs met in therapy. Although I was originally trained as a generalist, I have specialized training and expertise in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma/abuse and relationship concerns.
(612) 999-1278
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Quintin Hunt, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, PhD, Student
“***Accepting new clients. Updated 1/24/15*** First, I am pretty dynamic in session and usually do not just sit and listen. One of my majors goals is to help you get what you want without betraying who you are. Deciding to seek help can be a difficult and I respect the courage it takes to allow talk about hard and sometimes painful topics. I work with a wide variety of presenting problems. A great deal of my own work and research has been on suicide, grief, loss, and infidelity--as well as how these impact our intimate relationships.
(702) 529-2581
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
“I think it is an honor to participate with someone who is in the process of making change! I am a licensed psychologist with over 18 years of clinical experience. I view therapy as an empowering and collaborative process. My philosophy integrates existential humanistic ideals with cognitive behavioral techniques. I approach clients with a respectful, gentle and nurturing style that encourages them to identify and focus on their strengths and expand their self awareness.
(612) 823-2063
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Melanie M Alford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, LICSW
“Real change comes from understanding why our own impulses and behaviors hold us back from experiencing our true potential and discovering the skills to create the change we seek. I believe in a holistic, person-centered approach to therapy that helps people find the answers that were inside them all along. As a therapist, I am intuitive and compassionate, yet direct, and employ a mix of modalities, including traditional psychotherapy, cognitive therapy and mindfulness techniques.
(612) 294-0831
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Rachel Joslin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Minneapolis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Minnesota. I have a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science, as well as extensive training as a wellness coach. In a therapeutic setting I work with individuals, couples and families whether by origin or creation, as a coach I work with individuals. My training and who I am is heavily influenced by the GLBTQQ community. My practice is open and affirming to any identity or relationship however defined, and I am dedicated to GLBTQQ equality and inclusion.
(651) 314-4248
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
Bryan Plucar, Psychologist  in Minneapolis
“People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. A common reason for beginning therapy is that some aspect of life does not feel as though it is working leaving you feeling frustrated, anxious, or unfulfilled. I enjoy working with people who have had successes in life, yet struggle to maintain happiness, energy, and a positive self-view. We work together to identify problems, both current and past, and new ways of working through them. I focus on the whole person in order to help people live their life in a way that feels whole, integrated, and satisfying.
(612) 294-7764
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
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