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Therapists in Stillwater

Kevyn D Ziemann, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“People are capable of tremendous growth and change, and the vehicle for change is self-understanding. We all develop a sense of self based on our past experiences, many of which we don't even remember. Understanding this sense of self and letting go of unhelpful beliefs about ourselves is the key to happiness. Western culture has unintentionally labeled many human experiences as pathological, needing to be "cured". Therapy experiences should not be about illness, but rather about meeting one's full potential.
(651) 491-5602
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Laura Phillips, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stillwater
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I provide individual, family, and couples therapy for people wanting to improve mental, emotional, relational, and/or spiritual health. I treat: anxiety; depression; relationship problems; self-esteem issues; abuse/trauma/PTSD; difficulty coping with stress and/or chronic pain/illness; perceived lack of meaning or purpose in life. If you are experiencing low mood, stress/panic, hopelessness, bothersome thoughts and feelings about a traumatic event, feel you are in a relationship with a significant other or family member where negative patterns have taken hold, or you feel you are not living to your full potential, I can help.
(651) 301-8441
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Rachel Parkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stillwater
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Each of us at one point in our lives struggle to cope with challenges that are difficult to resolve on our own. Therapy can be one way of getting through difficult times in an environment that supports change and acceptance from a nonjudgemental perspective. For the past 14 years I have been working with children, adults, and families addressing a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, ptsd, grief/loss, life adjustment/stress management, family changes, divorce, mood disorders, abuse, and eating disorders. I have special interest and experience with family therapy, healing parent/child relationships, working with adolescents, and exploring spirituality.
(651) 504-3397
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Carissa Stepan, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“We don't always choose what happens to us but we do have a choice in how we respond to what happens. Therapy can assist in helping create healthy constructive responses that nurture growth and healing. I hope to create a safe, non-judgmental space in order for this to happen. I have over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have worked with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, parent/child conflict, eating disorders, codependency, life transitions, grief/loss, OCD, ADHD, and personality disorders. I am also a trained facilitator for PREPARE/ENRICH.
(651) 504-3634
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Pat Pardun, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stillwater
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LADC
“I cannot think of anything I would rather do than be working with individuals, couples, and families toward greater contentment and joy in their relationships and daily lives. Tending to those in a change process is the most meaningful and rich experience I have ever known. We will work from a partnerhsip/collaborative, strength based model to explore what is and is not working in your life, expand your understanding of what is driving these experiences,and experiment with options for change. Our work will be grounded in a holistic perspective considering the implications to our physical, mental, and spiritual health.
(651) 968-4271
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Claudia Bertramsen, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“As a licensed psychologist, I work with individuals who are dealing with sadness, anxiety, stress, trauma, relationship issues, or are feeling overwhelmed with life's challenges. In an atmosphere of calm, concern, and compassion, I will work with you to address the issues that are resulting in a negative impact on your life. I have deep respect for each person's process. I will function as your guide to assist you in utilizing your personal resources to begin moving toward the life you choose.
(651) 433-6896
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Lisa M. Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stillwater
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“Our feelings are our most genuine paths to knowledge--Audre Lorde. Attending to feelings, beliefs, and behaviors in a safe and accepting environment is at the forefront of our work together. Learning about the influence of past and present psychological, social, and cultural experience through ongoing self exploration is essential to understanding your internal world. Discovering the origin of and meanings attached to symptoms of depression, anxiety, conflict in personal/professional relationships, or difficulty managing emotions/behaviors are central to my approach. Increased awareness leads to clarity, and ultimately a greater capacity to gain mastery over your feelings, thoughts, and actions.
(651) 278-5370
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Christian Heart Counseling, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“Grace without Judgement. Our therapists are human beings who have sinned and made mistakes in life, just like you. We are here to help you in a loving and non-judgmental way. We will meet you were you are in your spiritual walk, with no agenda other than to reflect God's love and grace in a way that is healing and accepting. You will find empathetic men and women therapists who will respond in a direct and practical manner. We are often able to see you on the same day you call.
(651) 760-7834
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Kathleen J Feil, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“In my clinical practice, I have expertise in treating depression, anxiety, relationship problems and adjusting to traumatic injuries, illness and HIV/AIDS. I use cognitive behavioral methods and other techniques that are shown to be effective in resolving specific problems. My treatment philosophy is one that combines humanistic values, understanding underlying psychodynamics and cognitive-behavioral interventions. In my leadership coaching practice, I focus on vocational assessment and coaching of professionals, managers, and executives. I specialize in the improvement of interpersonal interactions, communications style, as well as stress management and the self-regulation of emotional reactions.
(651) 728-4683
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Don Horton, Counselor  in Stillwater
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) serving patients experiencing challenges due to school, work and family. My focus is on helping you learn how to use and apply tools that will help you take control of your life so you can get on with the business of living well.
(651) 646-2829
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Brooke D Nielsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stillwater
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I hope to be as helpful as possible to all my clients as they struggle with what life brings. I see it as my role as a therapist to come along side my clients as they walk through whatever issue brings them to my office. I have found true support starts with understanding the person you desire to support and that is my first goal as a therapist.
(651) 504-3272 x711
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Barbara Flo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stillwater
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life can be difficult and we can feel quite alone at times. Choosing a therapist can also be a challenge. People come to see me for personal and relationship difficulties, grief and loss, depression, anxiety and fears, current and past trauma, abuse, work issues and other concerns. Clients tell me they feel at ease with me, that I'm supportive and non-judgemental. I help people recognize and make use of their own strengths while engaging with them to reach their goals. From the start I support them in determining if I am a good fit for them.
(651) 447-8731
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Steve Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stillwater
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MDIV
“I look forward to working with individuals, couples and families who are motivated to improve their mental health, relationships and their lives. Individual therapy: I will work with you in these areas: intimacy, depression, anxiety, life changes, relationships, work, school, emotional expression, anger management, stress, sexuality and addictions, to mention a few. Couples and family therapy: A few of the issues we can address: intimacy, trust, communication, conflict resolution, healthy emotional expression, anger management, financial conflict, sexuality, recovery from an affair, children, and family or origin issues. We will be most successful with your regular participation in therapy.
(952) 513-4432
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Trista Weber, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stillwater
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“Relational wellness includes a healthy relationship with others as well as ourselves. I work with clients that find themselves struggling in their current relationships. I have experience with a variety of issues including premarital counseling, couples issues, anxiety, depression, communication and conflict, intimacy issues, parenting support, and blended families.
(612) 284-2306
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Stillwater, Minnesota 55083
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LADC
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as licensed as a alcohol and drug counselor. My therapy approach is one of equality, not hierarchy. With my help, clients learn to identify their own answers to the difficulties they are experiencing. Humor and laughter are a consistent part of my work with clients. I see the good in clients from the minute we meet. People are not defective, they are good enough in the moment. Together, we can identify, plan, and implement ways to improve your life or create a life worth living.
(612) 223-7281
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Mike Moller, Psychologist  in Stillwater
“I am an independent, licensed and board certified, psychologist. Working with people in a kind and respectful manner is extremely important to me. I have extensive experience with clients from children (3 y.o. and older) through adult (including elderly). I provide a welcoming and relaxed office enviornment. I believe that working collaboritively is a very important part of the therapy process. Focusing on what is most important to you is essential. I strongly believe in an individualized approach to therapy, each persons history and concerns being unique in nature along with the approach for addressing those concerns.
(715) 386-0856
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Michelle M Young, Counselor  in Stillwater
“Michelle obtained her Bachelors degree in Psychology and Nutrition Science from the College of Saint Benedict/St. John's University in 2007. She obtained her Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in eating disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in 2009. During her graduate career, she provided individual and group therapy at Water's Edge Counseling and Healing Center intensive outpatient facility. In addition, she co-facilitated adolescent and adult anger management groups, as well as a domestic violence group therapy program for men at Midwest Psychological Services. In 2009 Michelle served as a guest counseling instructor at the graduate level.
(715) 802-2469
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Susan Whalen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Stillwater
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I know that asking for help is not easy. The thought of sharing your personal issues and emotions with someone you've never met will normally create many anxieties. As a result, I have much respect for those who seek counseling. It means that you've not only had the courage to acknowledge a problem (usually the most difficult) but also want to take steps to resolve it. My role is to help you clarify the various issues and what your next steps might be. You are welcome to come in by yourself, with a partner or as a family unit.
(651) 314-1480
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Nancy Skilbred, Counselor  in Stillwater
“Wherever you are on your journey of healing, I will meet you where you're at. As a former chaplain, adjunct college professor, in-home skills worker, group facilitator, and now counselor I have learned that there is always hope. If given the honor of working with you, I will treat you as a unique individual, not as a number. I am committed to meeting you where you are at in your process of healing with understanding and compassion. While you will find a more detailed response on our website, I have listed my primary specialties below:
(651) 243-2484
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Felicia O'Brien, Counselor  in Stillwater
“Making the decision to start therapy and trying to find a therapist can be a bit intimidating! Especially since we tend to seek therapy when we're experiencing difficulties in life. It is important to find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable; one who is supportive and makes a good connection with you during sessions. I believe the relationship between therapist and client is the catalyst to change. With the support of a therapist, you may discover new insights and make changes to reach your goals. I try to balance acceptance and change in therapy, encouraging growth through validation.
(763) 400-8467
Office is near:
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082

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