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Therapists in 55425

Lisa Squire, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I imagine you're seeking a psychotherapist for counseling because you hope to make some important changes. Success working with a psychologist depends on you feeling comfortable engaging in a collaborative manner with her. Some therapy sessions may be difficult as you ask important questions about yourself, how you function in the world. As you proceed, you may experience frustration, confusion, anxiety, self-doubt and/or conflicted feelings, but at the end of your psychotherapy you'll most likely have learned something new to help you with the concerns that brought you in to seek psychological treatment.
(952) 373-0446
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
E. A. Fleck, MA, Licensed Psychologist, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“Compassionate counseling with an emphasis on empathy in relatonships and within oneself: In my 32st year of practice as a Licensed Psychologist, I endeavor always to welcome you and bring a fresh perspective to your problems. In couples counseling I emphasize empathy, deep acceptance and expressed appreciation, along with communication skills, anger management, parenting. Individual psychotherapy is typically a balance of understanding and managing emotions, gaining insight into patterns of behavior, problem-solving around current stresses, and developing a personal wellness plan. As a writer myself, I have a strong interest in the creative process and overcoming blocks to creativity.
(952) 373-0570
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Jen McVay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Seeking and making changes takes courage. The evolutions that happen in the therapeutic process take place within the relationship between client and therapist. It's my role not to provide instant or easy answers, but to help people discover and understand their strengths and the things that keep them feeling hurt and stuck. We find the way through together.
(952) 373-0517
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Linda L Nielsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“A seasoned psychotherapist, I provide services to adults from diverse backgrounds and cultures to address depression, anxiety, loss and grief, and the effects of trauma. I aim to assist clients with challenges they face associated with personal development, relationships, and school or work adjustment. I strive to create a safe emotional environment for clients by being consistent, reliable, and predictable. Experience has shown me that, when these conditions are in place, people are best able to look at themselves honestly and to tap into their own potential for healing and growth.
(612) 568-0574
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Ken Sutherland, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I am a compassionate and empathetic psychologist with a directive and coaching approach to helping people reduce suffering and find solutions to your life concerns and relationships. I use an eclectic approach in my treatment, tailored to your specific needs.
(952) 479-5199
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Sherri Dunham, Counselor  in Bloomington
“Ready for more freedom in your life? Facing a major life transition? Frustrated in a relationship? Interested in incorporating more mindfulness into your life?
(763) 515-4037
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Kathleen Lowry, Counselor  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPCC, LMFT, EMDR, Certifi
“I specialize in treating anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship conflicts, anger issues, PTSD, many types of trauma, perfectionism, depression, adoption related issues, and work-related issues using EMDR, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and wellness coaching concepts and other proven methods. My clients include those who want to change their relationships, behaviors or moods, but haven't found the key to making those changes happen. Some clients prefer more directive therapy with homework and reading. Other clients feel better, faster, with more understanding of how their habits or beliefs have been passed down through family generations. Often it is a mix. It takes courage to pursue counseling.
(952) 314-5474
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Molly Nepote  in Bloomington
“I believe relationships serve as the building blocks for change and that authenticity and compassion are key components to making connections. I am interested in supporting children and families to find the strength within themselves to heal their wounds. I hope to empower clients and help them grow through the therapeutic process.
(612) 849-4792
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Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Daniel Legerski, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“A relationship of trust is essential to a successful therapeutic experience. Healing and change requires that we move forward together in a spirit of trust, mutual respect, and openness. Our work will begin with an initial assessment period followed by time to consider and discuss your goals. My role is to provide a supportive and encouraging environment, a safe place to reflect on your life and the reasons behind your feelings and actions. I may challenge you at times and help you explore new ideas that will bring about the healing and change you are looking for.
(952) 200-9804
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Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Chris Wheeler Doe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bloomington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, easily irritated, frequently worried, or sad? Do you procrastinate or avoid making decisions? I often hear the phrase "I'm not sure what the problem is but I know I am just not happy." Maybe you just experienced a major life stressor or maybe you have struggled with these issues for years. I offer a safe and supportive environment where you can begin to explore what the problem really is, move towards solutions that will help you cope with challenging life situations and release yourself from any "old baggage" that may be hanging on.
(952) 314-5491
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Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
Rebecca Cook, Psychologist  in Bloomington
“I have been practicing psychology since 1985 and split my time between private practice and the outpatient psychiatry clinic at Abbott Northwestern hospital. Areas of expertise include anxiety and depressive disorders, and treating the psychological impact of cancer on individuals and families. My treatment approach is pragmatic, and can include interventions from Existential to Cognitive Behavioral Psychology.
(612) 260-7590
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Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
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